SSgt Alex E Sundberg
|Volledige naam:||Alex E Sundberg|
|Geboorte Datum en Plaats:||1917, Minnesota|
|Woonplaats:||Klamath Falls, Klamath County, Oregon|
|School:||4 years of high school|
|werk:||Medewerker in de Hout Industrie|
|Familie:||Nels Sundberg (father) Katie M. Sundberg (mother) Willard A. Sundberg (brother) Dennis C. Sundberg (brother) Astrid C. Sundberg (sister) Viola M. Sundberg (sister) Philip N. Sundberg (brother) Lauren V. Sundberg (brother) Gorden E. Sundberg (brother) Burton L. Sundberg (brother)|
|Onderscheidingen:||Purple Heart ,Air medal, Good Conduct Medal, American Campaign Medal, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Army Air Force Aerial Gunner Badge.|
|Begraafplaats:||American War Cemetery Margraten, Plot K, Row 18, Grave 3|
Sgt Alex E Sundberg
S/Sgt Alex E. Sundberg enlisted at Portland, Oregon on 4 May 1942.
S/Sgt Alex E. Sundberg was first buried on the Temporary Netherlands American Cemetery, Holland on Block PPP, Row 5, Grave 122.
Staff Sergeant Alex Sundberg, previously reported missing, was killed in action over Holland on March 26, according to word just received by his parents.
A telegram was received from the war department saying that they had received word from the German government through the International Red Cross that Sgt. Sundberg had been killed.
Sgt. Sundberg was a turret gunner on a bomber stationed in England. He was 26 years old and had entered the army air forces two years ago. Previously he had been employed at the Kesterson Lumber company.