Sgt. Gordon E. Mather
F Company 506th PIR
Killed in Action December 20, 1944

2007 Jungbauer Family Visit

All photo's courtesy of Marcel Jungbauer

Sandrubbing

Sgt. Gordon E. Mather's grave in Hamm/Luxemburg. Marcel Jungbauer's son rubs sand on the headstone. This process highlights the letters and gives a gold cast to the marker.

 

Flowers

The next generation from Holland who will carry the torch and remember fallen Currahees.

 

Commemoration page

Commemeration page at the grave of Sgt. Gordon E. Mather.

 

Remember

Marcel Jungbauer and his son care for the grave of Sgt. Gordon E. Mather.

 

Prayers

Marcel Jungbauer and his son say a prayer at the grave of Sgt. Gordon E. Mather.

The next generation from Holland who will carry the torch and remember fallen Currahees.

Marcel Jungbauer and his children visit the cemetery in Hamm/Luxemburg at least once a year and tend to the grave of Sgt.Gordon E. Mather. The 506th Airborne Infantry Association is proud and thankful for the Jungbauer family and privledged to call them friends.

See the first Jungbauer photo visit.

See the photo's from their 2003 visit.

See the photo's from their 2007 visit.

See the photo's from their 2011 visit.

See the photo's from their 2012 visit.

See the photo's from their 2013 visit.


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The 506th Airborne Infantry Regiment (Airmobile - Air Assault)
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This page updated 01/16/2013