This Page is dedicated to all the men of H company. I sadly and with deep heart put the information of the Veterans of the Company that have passed on, here are their Obits and Burial places through out the USA.
Robert M. Irvine
Robert Mayes Irvine, 89, of Augusta, passed away on Thursday, January 25 at the Maine Veterans Home in Augusta. Born in Framingham, Mass. on September 19, 1917, he was the son of Vernard and Jennette (Mayes) Irvine. After high school, Mr. Irvine joined the U.S. Army and served in many locations during World War II. While in the service, he received four Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star, a Silver Star, and was wounded during the Normandy Invasion. In the early 1950s, he and his wife, Virgie Irvine, owned a Country Store in Wardsboro, Vt. He later became a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse in Wardsboro, before becoming a principal in Bellows Falls, Vt. After falling in love with the Boothbay region, he relocated and taught for many years in Boothbay and Southport. At the time of his retirement, he was the principal at the Southport school. Mr. Irvine was a member of the Rotary, the 2nd Congregational Church in Newcastle, the Maine Retired Teachers Association, a 50- year member of the Masons, and for 13 years delivered for Meals on Wheels. He was predeceased by his wife, Virgie (Pheiffer) Irvine in 1995; his brother, Bill Irvine; and his sister, Margaret Strickland. Survivors include his son, Robert of Middletown, R.I.; one sister, Carol Adams of Bangor; two grandchildren, Holly Salvi of Southborough, Mass. and Cameron Irvine of Grafton, Mass.; two great-grandchildren, Sam Salvi and Quinn Salvi; brother-in-law, Robert Strickland of Winthrop. A funeral was held on Monday, January 29 at the Second Congregational Church in Newcastle. He will be laid to rest with his wife at the Maine Veteran's Cemetery in Augusta. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Meals on Wheels, c/o Senior Spectrum, Coastal Community Center, 521 Main Street, Box 8, Damariscotta, ME 04543.
Woodrow W. Culp
By Staff Reports
FORT MILL -- Mr. Woodrow W. Culp, 92, of Fort Mill, died Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, at his home.
The funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007, at Flint Hill Baptist Church, with Dr. Dan Griffin officiating and the Rev. Chris Autry assisting. Burial will be at the church cemetery.
Born in Fort Mill, Mr. Culp was a son of the late William Lloyd Culp and Annie Lee Cranford Culp. He was a U.S. Army veteran, having served in World War II during the European Theatre and participated in all major battles including the D-Day invasion at Normandy with the 1st Infantry Division. Mr. Culp was a self-employed farmer, grocer and meat cutter and manager of Springs Farms. He was an active member of Flint Hill Baptist Church, where he was a deacon and served on various committees as well as the chairman of the Cemetery Endowment Committee. Mr. Culp was a former volunteer fireman in Fort Mill and was on the organizing board of directors for Flint Hill Fire Department and was on the York County Co-Op Board of Directors and various other farm boards in York County. He was the widower of Catherine Milholen Culp.
Surviving are two sons, Woody Culp and his wife, Anita of Westminster and John Culp and his wife, Marta of Fort Mill; his sister, Sara Helms of Waxhaw, N.C.; two grandchildren, David and Matt Culp, both of Fort Mill; and two great-grandchildren, Catherine and William Culp.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, 2007, at Flint Hill Baptist Church and other times at the home.
Memorials may be made to Flint Hill Baptist Church Cemetery Endowment Fund, 269 Flint Hill Road, Fort Mill, SC 29715 or to Hospice & Community Care, P.O. Box 993, Rock Hill, SC 29731.
Wolfe Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
CULP, WOODROW W
S SGT US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
DATE OF BIRTH: 06/29/1915
DATE OF DEATH: 11/29/2007
FLINT HILL BAPT CHURCH CEMETERY
269 FLINT HILL RD FORT MILL, SC 29715
Louis A. Toth, 88, of Passaic, on January 29, 2010. Born in Passaic, he was a lifelong resident. An Army Veteran of WW II, Louis was a Meter Reader for the Passaic Valley Water Commission, Clifton, for many years, retiring in 1986.