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Roland H Zurfluh

Source: The American Battle Monuments Commission

War: Korean
Parent/Wife: Mr. and Mrs. John Zurfluh
City: Nekoosa
Birth Date: May 27th, 1930
Death Date: July 16th, 1950
How Died: KIA
Where Died: Korea
Where Buried: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Nekoosa, WI
Rank: Pvt
Branch: Army

Kia=Killed in Action
Dow=Died of Wounds
Dod=Died of Disease
Mia=Missing in Action


Roland Hubert Zurfluh was born on May 23, 1930. He enlisted in the Army and served during the Korean War. Zurfluh had the rank of Private E-2. He was a Light Weapons Infantryman and served with the 24th Infantry Division unit 0019.
Zurfluh experienced a serious casualty which ultimately resulted in loss of life on July 16, 1950. This occurred in or around South Korea. Circumstances of the casualty were attributed to: "Killed in Action". Private Zurfluh was declared "Missing in Action in 1950. He was determined "Killed in Action" in 1952 and his body was returned home for burial in Nekoosa, WI.


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