Pfc. Jack I. Clevenger

 

 

 

 

 

Pfc. Jack I. Clevenger

 Apr. 13, 1924 – Dec. 31, 1944

Westview Cem., Monroe Co., Tn

BSM – PH

 

The War Department has notified Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clevenger, of Sweetwater, that their son, Pfc. Jack I. Clevenger was killed in action in Belgium on Dec. 31.  He was their only son and was twenty years of age.  He had been with the Army since February, 1943.  A brother Shirley Clevenger, was drowned near Lowe’s Ferry abut three years ago.

 

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946

Name:

Jack I Clevenger

Birth Year:

1924

Race:

White, Citizen (White)

Nativity State or Country:

Tennessee

State of Residence:

Tennessee

County or City:

Monroe

 

 

Enlistment Date:

16 Feb 1943

Enlistment State:

Georgia

Enlistment City:

Fort Oglethorpe

Branch:

Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Branch Code:

Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA

Grade:

Private

Grade Code:

Private

Term of Enlistment:

Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law

Component:

Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Source:

Civil Life

 

 

Education:

4 years of high school

Civil Occupation:

Semiskilled furnacemen, smelters, and pourers

Marital Status:

Single, with dependents

Height:

72

Weight:

241

 

 

Researcher and Designer

Joy Locke & Joe Irons