We deeply appreciate the support we have received from the following individuals and organizations:

Gifts and Donations

Mr. Rick Cobb, ’72 – In honor of Ms. Karen Shuler, CGC ’91
Mr. Maurice Heemels
Mr. Willem Kiggen
Mr. Harm Lamaker, ’88
Mr. Roger Long, ’89
Mr. George Puckhaber, ’56
Ms. Karen Shuler, CGC ’91 – In memory of Lt. Col. Haywood “Woody” Faison, ’39
Major Steve Smith, ’84
Mr. Spiff Walsh, ’92
Mr. Jim Whitmore, ’89

Research and Content

Mr. Kevin Bristol, ’92
Ms. Anne Cascales
Mr. Paul Cober
Ms. Katty Coduti
Mr. Erwin Derhaag
Mr. Mark Dworschak
Ms. Sheila Collins Ingle
Mr. Joe Johnson, ’87
Mr. Matt Lacina, ’89
Mr. Bob Mebane, ’80
Lt. Col. Scott Nahrgang, ’96
Mr. Ben Savelkoul
Maj. Steve Smith, ’84
Mr. Eric Stewart, ’89
Mr. Shell Suber, ’89
Ms. Germana Travaglini
The Citadel Archives and Museum, Charleston, South Carolina
Ms. Debbie Bloom, The Dead Librarian, and the staff of
The Walker Local and Family History Center, Richland County Public Library, Columbia, South Carolina
The South Carolina Room, Greenville County Public Library, Greenville, South Carolina
Ms. Helen B. Moody, Helen’s Little Corner, Dillon County SC Library genealogy volunteer.
Ms. Susan Rogerson Perhala, Volunteer, Horry County Historic Cemetery Registration Project
The South Carolina History Room, Charleston County Public Library

Further acknowledgements on the behalf of Roger Long

Ms. Jane Yates, former Director of The Citadel Archives and Museum, for providing data and encouragement in June 2010 when I first started my research.

Mr. Mike Stannard, ’65, for his work on the detailed list of Citadel Men who died during WWII. This important work has been a valuable resource and an inspiration.  I unfortunately will never have the chance to thank him personally. He passed away shortly after his work was published on the website in 2010. God bless.

Mr. Mike Rogers, ’70, Maj. Steve Smith, ’84, Maj. Ted Curtis, ’64, Col. Ed Carter, ’66, Mr. Bob Mebane, ’80, Col. Bill DeMarco, ’88, LTC. Dave Sikes, ’66, Mr. Phil Reichner, ’89, and Mr. Paul Tamburrino, ’89, for immediately reaching out and enthusiastically embracing me with their support and encouragement when I launched this memorial website.

Mr. Maurice Heemels and Mr. Willem Kiggen who have been with me from the start.

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