St. Norbert’s Green Knight Company is a member of the Fox Valley Battalion, headquartered at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

St. Norbert College’s Fallen Soldiers

The following individuals gave the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country. They will never be forgotten.

World War I

  • Emil Asselin, Calumet, Mich., United States Army. Died of wounds, Minorville, France. Sept. 11, 1918
  • William Brill, Appleton, Wis., Seaman, United States Navy. Died of disease, Great Lakes, Ill. Sept. 21, 1918
  • Irving M. Tuftus, Crystal Falls, Mich., United States Army. Killed in action, Nancy, France. 1918
  • Henery Woolford, Green Bay, Wis., Second Lieutenant, United States Army. Died of wounds, Roisel, France. October 10, 1918

World War II

  • Clifford J. Ahasay 39, De Pere, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action, Saipan, Marianas Islands. June 15, 1944
  • Benjamin C. Beach 38, De Pere, Wis., Sergeant, United States Army. Died in Japanese prison camp, Cabanatuan, Luzon. June 26, 1942
  • Richard J. Carroll 36, Chicago, Ill., First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Died prisoner on sinking enemy submarine, Mediterranean Sea. Jan. 14, 1943
  • Richard J. Coad 42, Green Bay, Wis., Second Lieutenant, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action, Bougainville, France. Nov. 1, 1943
  • John J. Conway 43, Green Bay, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Aviation casualty, Longtown, Miss. Dec. 23, 1942
  • Ralph M. Costello 42, Green Bay, Wis., Royal Canadian Air Force. Killed in action
  • Robert G. Craanen 40, Green Bay, Wis., Captain, United States Army. Killed in action, Villeneuve, Fontainebleu, France. August 26, 1944
  • Harold J. De Keyser 43, Powers, Mich., Second Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Killed in plane explosion, Bengasi, Libya. July 13, 1943
  • Leo L. Dewayne 40, Maribel, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army. Died on Japanese prison ship, China Sea. Sept. 7, 1944
  • James E. Dunn 41, Duluth, Minn., Second Lieutenant, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action, Pelileu Islands. Sept. 30, 1944
  • Bernard E. Fruzen 43, Green Bay, Wis., Sergeant, United States Army. Killed in action, Germany-Holland border. Dec. 17, 1944
  • Vincent J. Hercer 41, Rockford, Ill., First Lieutenant, United States Army (32nd Infantry Division). Killed in action, Buna, New Guinea. Dec. 1942
  • Floyd W. Hopfensberger 43, Kimberly, Wis., Second Lieutenant, United States Army (66th Infantry Division). Killed in action, St. James, Brittany, France. Feb. 2, 1945
  • Arthur J. Kerns 40, Chester, Pa., Sergeant, United States Army (80th Infantry Division). Killed in action, Metz, France. Oct. 8, 1944
  • Carl L. Kottke 39, De Pere, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army (90th Infantry Division). Killed in action, Les Forges, France. July 29, 1944
  • Robert J. Kuehn 43, Rhinelander, Wis., Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed in action, Gersheim, Germany. Dec. 17, 1944
  • Rodney J. Lavaque 45, Green Bay, Wis., Private First Class, United States Army. Presumed killed in action, New Guinea. March 28, 1945
  • Isadore N. Lucassen 33, Little Chute, Wis., Private First Class, United States Army Killed in action, Italy, Nov. 8, 1943
  • Adrian R. Martin 35, De Pere, Wis., First Sergeant, United States Army. Died in Japanese Prison #6, Hanawa, Japan. June 8, 1945
  • Edward J. Martin 40, Green Bay, Wis., Captain, United States Army. Accidental death, Darmstadt, Germany. July 2, 1945
  • Francis R. Nolan 44, Manawa, Wis., Private First Class, United States Army. Accidental death in line of duty, Saidor, New Guinea. Jan. 27, 1944
  • Robert Olmstead 35, United States Army. Killed in action in Europe. Spring 1944
  • William E. Olson 45, Menominee, Mich., Private First Class, United States Army. Killed in action, Omaha Beach, France. June 6, 1944
  • Henery Parks 34, Rice Lake, Wis., Yeoman First Class, United States Navy. Killed in action at sea, off Salerno, Italy. Sept. 25, 1943
  • John B. Platt 39, Milwaukee, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed while serving in Aachen, Germany. Mar. 20, 1945
  • Julien K. Prokopovitz Jr. 38, Pulaski, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Killed in action, Bordeaux, France. June 19, 1944
  • Roderick E. Rothe 45, Green Bay, Wis., Second Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Killed in action, Lins, Austria. Jan. 19, 1945
  • Richard T. Ryan, Jr. 39, Green Bay, Wis., United States Army. Aviation casualty, Suez, Egypt. Sept. 16, 1944
  • Ivan Schuster 38, Manistique, Mich., United States Army. Killed in action, North African Invasion. Mar. 1943
  • George P. Seroogy 45, Green Bay, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army. Aviation casualty, Guam. Mar. 21, 1945
  • Sterling V. Shipla 40, Oconto, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed in action, Noamfoor, New Guinea. Sept. 9, 1944
  • Robert J. Simon 40, Green Bay, Wis., Corporal, United States Army. Killed in action, Aitape, New Guinea. July 13, 1944
  • Connie J. Stathas 36, Green Bay, Wis., Second Lieutenant, United States Army. Accidental death, Camp Sutton, N.C. July 12, 1942
  • Patrick J. Sweeny 43, Philadelphia, Pa. Private, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action, Tenaru, Gauadalcanal. Aug. 21, 1942
  • William J. Toltzman 40, Green Bay, Wis., Lieutenant, United States Army Air Force. Accidental death, Italy. Feb. 19, 1944
  • Ambrose (Sam) G. Vanderheiden 38, Wrightstown, Wis., Lieutenant Junior Grade, United States Navy. Drowned at sea in sinking ship, off Maine. Apr. 23, 1945
  • Earl D. Wallen 42, Green Bay, Wis., Corporal, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Dec. 7, 1941
  • Walter T. Weinberger 43, Waupun, Wis., Sergeant, United States Army Air Force. Killed in action, Arles, France. July 24, 1944
  • Paul J. Wismans 41, Kimberly, Wis., Sergeant, United States Army (106th Infantry Division). Killed in action, Belgium at the Battle of the Bulge. Dec. 21, 1944

Korean War

  • Robert F. Blohowiak 51, Green Bay, Wis., Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed in action, Korea. July 1952
  • Harlod H. Buth 44, Green Bay, Wis., Captain, United States Air Force. Killed in training, Oscoda, Mich. June 26, 1951
  • Vernon L. Kesler 52, Marshfield, Wis., Sergeant, United States Army. Killed in action, Korea. Jan. 26, 1951
  • George G. Reinhart 51, Green Bay, Wis., Sergeant, United States Marine Corps. Died of disease, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Sept. 9, 1952

Vietnam War

  • Gary H. Brux 60, Green Bay, Wis., Captain, United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam. Oct. 6, 1966
  • Charles L. Johnson 65, Marshfield, Wis., First Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam. June 23, 1967
  • Bruce P. Nettesheim 67, Sussex, Wis., United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam. May 1968
  • John Francis, Captain, United States Marine Corps. Killed in action during third tour, Vietnam.
  • Paul Rogalske, Sergeant, United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam.
  • Robert McMaster, Sergeant, United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam.
  • Thomas Shaw 70, Lieutenant, United States Army. Killed in action, Vietnam.