Alvin Edward Kurtz
Specialist Four
C CO, 1ST BN, 16TH INFANTRY, 1ST INF DIV, USARV
Army of the United States
Hillman, Minnesota
July 11, 1945 to December 11, 1966
ALVIN E KURTZ is on the Wall at Panel 13E, Line 35

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Alvin E Kurtz

SP4 ALVIN EDWARD KURTZ


Alvin E Kurtz

SP4 ALVIN EDWARD KURTZ


Alvin E Kurtz

SP4 ALVIN EDWARD KURTZ


Alvin E Kurtz

SP4 ALVIN EDWARD KURTZ


Alvin E Kurtz

SP4 ALVIN EDWARD KURTZ

 
17 Jul 2007

I am Juanita Skinner (Weiss). I am Alvin E Kurtz's first cousin on my father's side. I personally never met my cousin Alvin, but I did grow up with his sisters Delrose, Bernadine, Grace, Diane, and Laura, and brothers Gordy and George to name a few.

I heard a lot about him from them and my Aunt Mildred, Alvin's mother. My mom always said Alvin was a very out-going young man who loved his family and his country. Alvin was taken from us way too early in his young life.

We all miss you, Alvin, and will always remember the good things about you. I have a few pictures of Alvin and will have them posted as soon as I can get them scanned.

I am honored to add this memorial to The Virtual Wall for all to see and honor.

Juanita Skinner
peterpan_57@msn.com

 
A Note from www.VirtualWall.org

C Company, 1/16th Infantry, was engaged in heavy fighting on 11 December 1966 following an ambush on Route 13 north of Lai Khe. Seventeen US soldiers were killed in the engagement:


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