Hamilton County

Capt. Lloyd L. Titsworth





Capt. Lloyd L. Titsworth of Blairsburg, who wears the Purple Heart and three battle stars for fighting in the Ardennes, Colmar, and the Ruhr, is now serving as the Dispensary Dental Surgeon at the Sissonne Sub-area of the assembly area command, which had been established in Reims, France, to expedite redeployment of troops to the United States and the Pacific.

Captain Titsworth entered the army in January, 1943, upon completion of his dental course at Iowa State University. He previously served with the 289th infantry regiment.

Source: Daily Freeman Journal, Webster City, IA - July 2, 1945


Lloyd LeRoy Titsworth was born Apr. 9, 1920 to Durwood and Eva May Rottmeyer Titsworth. He died Oct. 9, 2010 and is buried in North Lawn Cemetery, Fort Dodge, IA.

Capt. Titsworth graduated from Blairsburg High School and Junior College in Webster City, IA. He then attended the University of Iowa, graduating with a B.S. and his D.D.S. degree.

Sources: ancestry.com