Robert Dickert KIA in France

(Oct. 6, 1944) - Mrs. Margaret Dickert of 331 Park Avenue was informed by telegram Monday that her husband Pfc. Robert Dickert had been killed in action in France on Sept. 15.

Mrs. Dickert, the former Margaret Wulkow, said that a memorial service for her husband would be held at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Lyndhurst, Pfc. Dickertís former hometown.

According to his brother, William C. Dickert writing on the National WWII Memorial registry, Pvt. Dickert, a rifleman in A Company, 1st Platoon, 35th Division, had three battle engagements.

From The Nutley Sun, Oct. 6, 1944


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