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1st US Infantry Recreated

1st U.S. Infantry , Co.

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The 1st US maintains a living history program that is offered to various schools and non-profit groups in the North and Central Texas area. These programs vary but can be tailored to meet any particular need. The 1st US also can supply exhibits for variou ... more

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WNDU-TV: News Story: Veterans and their families at risk for identity theft - May 23, 2006 [cached]

"I've been to Korea, Elusion islands, Guam, Hawaii, New Zealand," said retired veteran Don Gross.

Gross, of South Bend, has been a lot of places thanks to his time serving in the U.S. Air Force.
"I went in 1976 right after high school and I got out in 80."
But now he's worried his time in the Air Force may force him to go somewhere else: into debt, because of identity theft.
Don's name, social security number, and birth date were on a computer disk, stolen from the Maryland home of a government employee, an employee that never should have had the disk in the first place.
"I'm disappointed with the man who stole it, ya, more so with the one who stole it than the one who had it at his personal residence," said Gross.
Don's not alone in frustration.He's one of 26.5 million veterans whose personal information was stolen disk.
"All the loans he [the burglar] could take out with people's social security numbers," said Gross.
Gross says he plans to check his credit report for quite some time.

Globe Online Daily Obituaries [cached]


ROCKFORD - Donald R. Gross, 79, of 209 2nd St. S.W., Rockford, died Wednesday (Nov.21, 2001) at the Muse Norris Hospice Inpatient Unit, Mason City.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Fullerton Schumburg Funeral Home, 302 W. Main St., Rockford, with the Rev. Jeff Dahlin of First United Methodist Church of Mason City, officiating.Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery with military rites conducted by the Walker-Graper Post 338.
Visitation will be held from 5 until 8 p.m. today and continue one hour prior to services Wednesday at the funeral home.
Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to direct memorials to the Donald Gross Memorial Fund.
Donald was born Sept. 5, 1922, the son of Elmer and Ethal (Blake) Gross, in Algona.On Dec. 27, 1945, Donald was united in marriage to Shirley Townsend.
On Jan. 16, 1943, Donald was inducted into the United States Army.During his service time he was awarded one bronze star for the Eastern Mandates Campaign, and the Good Conduct Medal.Donald was a AAA Automatic Weapons Crewman.His date of separation from the service was Nov. 8, 1945.On Dec. 21, 1950, Donald enlisted in the United States Air Force.He was honorably discharged on Nov. 7, 1951.
Donald loved spending time working in the yard or tending to his roses.He took pride in a well manicured lawn.He enjoyed socializing, fishing, playing cards, and traveling.
During his working career as a truck driver for Warren Transport of Waterloo, Donald visited 48 states, Canada, and Mexico.Donald retired in 1999 after many dedicated years to the trucking industry.Donald was a very simple and down to earth person who enjoyed a good practical joke.
He cherished the time spent with family and always looked forward to family reunions.
Donald was a member of the National Rifle Association.
Those thankful for having shared in Donald's life include his two sons, Gordon R. Gross, of Rockford, and Curtis W. Gross, of San Diego, Calif.; one daughter-in-law, Terry Gross, of Rockford; four sisters, Berniece Jacobson, of Chapin, Blanch Crisp, of Texas, Anomi Roseke of Austin, Minn., DeEtta Erickson, of Fairbanks, Minn.; one brother, Bernard Gross and his wife, Cletta, of Fort Dodge; two grandchildren, Trisha R. Hagin, of Rockford, and Andrew C. Gross, of Rockford; one great-granddaughter, Jessica E. Hagin, of Rockford; and many nieces and nephews.
Mr. Gross was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Shirley; two sons, Dennis and Larry Gross; nine brothers and sisters, Floyd Gross, John Gross, Leoata Roloff, Stella Martin, Ival Gross, Leroy Gross, Ray Gross, Francis Knoop, and Hariett Gross.
Fullerton Funeral Home, (641) 756-3311.

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