The Lorraine American Monument and Cemetery at St. Avold, France provides the final resting place for three Citadel Men.
|Peter F. Cureton, Jr.||Joseph C. Davis|
|The Citadel, Class of 1940||The Citadel, Class of 1932|
|First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Forces||Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army|
|Service # 0-395681||Service # O-323839|
|427th Bomber Squadron, 303rd Bomber Group||935th Field Artillery Battalion|
|Entered the Service from: South Carolina||Entered the Service from: Georgia|
|Died: 21-Nov-44||Died: 19-Aug-1945|
|Buried at: Plot E Row 8 Grave 9||Buried at: Plot A Row 25 Grave 3|
|Lorraine American Cemetery||Lorraine American Cemetery|
|St. Avold, France||St. Avold, France|
|Awards: Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters,||Awards: Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster|
|Richard P. Padgett|
|The Citadel, Class of 1944|
|Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army|
|Service # O-553036|
|303rd Infantry Regiment, 97th Infantry Division|
|Entered the Service from: South Carolina|
|Buried at: Plot E Row 37 Grave 37|
|Lorraine American Cemetery|
|St. Avold, France|
|Awards: Purple Heart|
Click on a man’s name to go to his individual in memoriam page.
More information about the Lorraine American Monument and Cemetery including downloadable video, brochure, and booklet can be found on the American Battle Monuments Commission website.