Fayette County

Pfc. LaVerne A. Belding

 

 

Waucoma - Pfc. LaVern Belding of the medical division, located at Camp Hale, Colo., is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents, Dr. And Mrs. P.H. Belding. Pfc. Belding is recovering from an appendectomy performed in the base hospital at Camp Hale. He will return to his duties Friday.

Source: Fayette County Union, Thursday, March 16, 1944, p. 4.

Waucoma - Pfc. LaVerne Belding, wearing four combat stripes and a medical combat badge, came Tuesday for a 33-day furlough with his parents, Dr. And Mrs. P.H. Belding and other relatives. Pvt. Belding has served eight months in Italy with the ski troops and at the end of his furlough will return to Camp Carson, Colo., for reassignment.

Source: Fayette County Union, Thursday, August 30, 1945, p. 7.

Waucoma - Pfc. Laverne Belding, who saw action in Italy with the troops prior to his 45 day furlough with his parents, Dr. And Mrs. P. H. Belding, left for Camp Carson, Colo., last weekend.

Source: Waterloo Dairly Courier, Wednesday, October 17, 1945, p. 14.

FACTS: 10th Mountain Division, Company B, 10th Medical Battalion
Enlisted 03/15/1943 at CP Dodge Herrold Iowa
Rank in: Private
Service: Italy (Apennines Mountain Range)