Emmet County

T/Sgt. Ray E. Clark

 
 

 

T. SGT. RAY CLARK, ESTHERVILLE, DIES IN GERMANY ACTION

Estherville, Ia.—Special:  T. Sgt. Ray E. Clark, 32, son of Mrs. Betty Clark of Polk City, Ia., was killed in action February 28, while serving with the 106th division infantry in Germany, his wife, Mrs. Lomena Kasa Clark, was notified by the War Department.

T. Sgt. Clark lived here three years prior to his induction February 1, 1943.  He trained at Camp Roberts, Cal., Fort Meade, Md., and went overseas in October, 1944, serving in England, Ireland, France, Belgium and Germany.

T. Sgt. Clark was educated in Rockwell City, Ia.  While here he was first cook for Kepler’s café.  Besides his wife and mother, two brothers, Albert of LeMars, and Ross of Cheyenne, Wyo., survive.

Source:  The Sioux City Journal, March 12, 1945