In Memoriam
3967th Quartermaster Truck Company
(7th Armored Division)
Deaths in Europe
Alphabetical List
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Spare a minute
to think
of the young who didn't grow up,
and how young they looked when they died,
and how no one will ever remember them looking tired and middle-aged
or even be bored by tiresome recitals of the time of their youth.

- - - - Russell Baker "How to Observe Dec. 7" (NY Times, Dec. 1965)

One of these names (Fullman) is probably from the June 30, 1947 list compiled by the Adjutant General, and two (Brown, Washington) were found later.

I have checked all these names against the American Battle Monuments Commission's World War II Honor Roll. If you want to check a name on the Honor Roll, click here. You can also check names on the World War II Registry of the National World War II Memorial. If you know of other names that belong on this page, please see the information below about how to contact me.

Please Help to Tell These Men's Stories and Preserve Their Memory!

PLEASE contact Wesley Johnston at the address below if you have any information on any 3967th man who died overseas, such as:

  • information on any of these men's deaths
  • information on what platoon and squad they were in
  • know of any men who died but are not on the list
  • Wesley Johnston
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    Clovis, CA 93611-6163

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    So they will not be “Forgot”
    There is a word
    Which bears a sword
    It hurls its barbed syllables,-
    At once is mute again.
    But where it fell
    The saved will tell
    On patriotic day,
    Some epauletted brother
    Gave his breath away.
    Wherever runs the breathless sun,
    Wherever roams the day,
    There is its noiseless onset,
    There is its victory!
    Behold the keenest marksman!
    The most accomplished shot!
    Time’s sublimest target
    Is a soul “forgot”!
    ----- Emily Dickinson

    A Note for the Children of these Men

    The American World War II Orphans Network (AWON) is an organization created by and for those who lost their father in World War II. AWON has an annual conference and a newsletter filled with useful information. Click here to go to the AWON web page and find those who share your experience.

    3967th Quartermaster Truck Company Overseas Deaths in World War II
    1. Brown, Pfc. Donival H. (13034602)
      • Died: May 3, 1945 - location unknown
      • Last Duty Location: ?Germany? on unknown date
      • MOS: unknown
      • Home State: VA
      • Buried at: Netherlands USMC (Margraten, Holland) K-20-20
    2. Fullman, Tec 5 John W., Jr. (32485042)
      • Died: December 20, 1944 - location unknown
      • Last Duty Location: Dochamps, Belgium on December 20, 1944
      • MOS: unknown
      • Home State: DE
      • Buried at: Henri-Chapelle, Belgium USMC C-2-25
    3. Washington, Tec 5 Howard B. (32683785)
      • Died: June 10, 1945 - location unknown
      • Last Duty Location: ?Germany? on unknown date
      • MOS: unknown
      • Home State: NY
      • Buried at: Netherlands USMC (Margraten, Holland) L-4-12

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