Clarence served in the 175th Regiment, 29th Infantry Division--Company I with my stepdaddy, John Simons during WWII. They wrote letters and talked on the phone after the wall and my dad knows that he was from Paris, Texas. My dad's almost 90 and asked me to please try and find out what has become of Clarence. Do you know how few survivors there are of WWII? Only a few hundred at this point. Thank you to anyone with a clue how I might be able to contact some of Clarence's family or Clarence, just to send an email or a letter. It'd mean so much to my dad. Thanks. Bev
PS My dad has some really great memories of times that were actually funny during that tragic war, with Clarence by his side.