Bagley, UT Train Wreck, Dec 1944
Train Victims Listed By U. S. Army, Navy Aides.
Names of 29 service personnel killed in the Southern Pacific train wreck west of here Sunday were listed today by army and navy authorities, as follows:
Pvt. STEVEN W. SOLTIS, Lakewood, Ohio.
WALTER A. CLEMENT, JR., Belfast, Maine.
WILLIAM J. GRABRIEL, Chicago.
THEODORE GOLEMBIEWSKI, Cleveland.
Pvt. CECIL G. LUTTRELL, San Rafael, Calif.
Pvt. WALTER BERNSTEIN, Oakland, Calif.
Pvt. ROBERT E. WIELAND, Lake View, Iowa.
Sgt. ANTON P. DRUSKIS, Omaha.
Pvt. GLENN E. YOUMANS, Kensett, Iowa.
Pfc. EARL MADSEN, San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Corp. ISRAEL RAND, Reno army airbase.
JOSEPH J. ZEHNLEY, steward's mate second class, Long Prairie, Minn.
Marine S/Sgt. THOMAS L. DOWLING, son of Thomas L. Dowling, St., San Jose, Calif.
Coast Guard Seaman 2/C ROBERT H. PAGEL, Detroit.
WILFORD SMITH II, water tender, Portland, Maine.
GRANT F. SMITH, seaman, Middlesboro, Ky.
GEORGE B. SCOTT, fireman, Catasauqua, Pa.
ERNEST L. BOUMONT, aviation cadet, Wahpeton, North Dakota.
FRANK W. ZIOLOWSKI, seaman, Natrona, Pa.
RALPH E. ZIMA, seaman, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
GORDON N. ROLAND, carpenter's mate, Bayport, Minn.
HARLEY A. THOMSON, fireman, Milwaukee, Wis.
GEORGE E. AMLOT, boatswain's mate, Wyandotte, Mich.
EARL DILLEHAY, JR., fireman, Greenville, Mich.
FRED L. PEAVY, boatswain's mate, Scotland, Ga.
LEO B. MARVIN, seaman, Franklin, Mich.
WILLIAM B. ROBBINS, seaman, Balboa, Canal Zone.
JOHN R. JOHNSON, SR., electrician's mate, Quakertown, Pa.
SIDNEY J. CHAMBERS, shipfitter, Minden, W. Va.
Names of three injured servicemen, who were taken to an army hospital at Auburn, Calif., were also released. They are:
Pvt. G. J. PRESCOTT, lacerated left foot.
G. E. FISHER, rank not reported, military policeman, knee and back injuries.
Pfc. LOUIS LYNCH, hip and pelvis injuries.
The Ogden Standard-Examiner Utah 1945-01-01