LOFC remembers and honors those Veterans who gave the utlimate sacrifice
during their military service to preserve our freedoms and liberties.

Stewart, James B.05 JUL 1943US Army Mississippi National Guard - 172 Infantry 43rd DivisionPFC - Private First ClassWORLD WAR IIDied of Wounds, Army personnel who were wounded in action and later died of those wounds
Lehman, James Bedford12 MAY 1944US ARMY - 350 Inf 88 Inf DivPVT - PrivateWORLD WAR IIKilled in Action - Anzio Beachhead in Italy
Miller, Herbert Leonard06 JUN 1944US ARMY1LF - First LieutenantWORLD WAR IIKilled by machine gun fire at the Battle of St. Lo. in France
Moses, Thurmond10 JUN 1944US Army - MS Natl Guard - Battery B 114th Field ArtilleryCPL - CorporalWORLD WAR IIDied with Typhoid Fever while in the service in New Guinea
McDaniel, Paul M.19 JUN 1944US MARINE CORPSPFC - Private First ClassWORLD WAR IIDied from wounds received on June 15th in the invasion of Saipan.
Hooker Jr., Nathan Berry12 JUL 1944US Army - 9th Division of 1st Army1st Lt - First LieutenantWORLD WAR II - European TheaterCasualty of D-Day who died in St. Lo, Normandy, France
Swinney, Fred Shepard18 OCT 1944US Navy Reserve (Mississippi)ARM2 - Aviation Radioman Petty Officer 2nd ClassWORLD WAR II - Pacific TheaterFred Shepard Swinney was a Navy Radioman and died when the Hellcat fighter in which he was flying was shot down. His remains were not recovered and his death was classified as "Lost at Sea."
Cox, Homer Dudley24 DEC 1944US Navy Reserve (Mississippi)SK 1C - Storekeeper 1st Class Petty OfficerWORLD WAR IICombat dead - Killed in Action, Died of Wounds, or Lost Lives as a result of Operational Movements in War Zones
Ware, Walter L.08 JAN 1945US ARMY - 86 MECZ CAV RCN SQ 6 ARMD DIVPVT - PrivateWORLD WAR IIKilled in Action - In Bastogne, Arrondissement de Bastogne, Luxembourg, Belgium while serving with a reconnaissance squadron of the 86th cavalry, U.S. Army Ground forces, as a radio operator
Lebby Jr., Thomas Dotterer10 MAY 1952US NAVY KOREAN WARLost at Sea - Washed overboard from a destroyer
Fuller Jr., Cpl. Floyd E. "Eddie"19 MAY 1970US Army - Co A 503 Inf 173 Airborne BridgadeCPL - CorporalVIETNAMKilled in Combat - South Vietnam, Binh Dinh province

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