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.