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Author Topic:  Albert Morell
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From: Las Vegas
Registered: 3/25/2011
posted 3/25/2011 6:36:42 AM    Click here to view the profile for reoexprt  Click here to email reoexprt  edit/delete post  Reply w/Quote
Does anyone remember my father, Albert Morell? He had been looking for Aldo Rodriguez from Brooklyn for many years.(Same Company) Dad was in Company A 134th Ordnance Maintenance Battalion 12th Armored Division.Passed away 3-1-08,he was 91 yrs old.I have a life time of army stories he told me that I will never forget.

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posted 3/27/2011 3:28:10 PM    Click here to view the profile for MikeWoldenberg  Click here to email MikeWoldenberg  edit/delete post  Reply w/Quote
Dear Mr. Morell,
I note that your father died on March 1, 2008. I am guessing that there was no obituary in the Hellcat News.
If you would like to place an obituary, please send the following information to me, or to John Critzas, the editor of the Hellcat News:


Include the following information: Albert Morell (A-134), March 1, 2008, age 91. Survivors, brief summary of his career and whether he was a life member of the
Association. (I note that he was not in the 2003 Roster).

With regard to your getting your father's name on the
17,000 Man Roster, I will submit his name and others.
Please read the message I wrote to Mr. Richardson
who wrote a message that preceded yours on the
Message Board. If you have it, please give me the
address that your father gave when he entered the Army.

"I am in contact with the person who has contributed the funds to build this website. He is not technical, and assigns his employee to update the website. I will undertake to collect the dozens of "missing" names that can be found on this message board to get them added to the 17,000 Man Roster. I will start with the name of my Uncle, Lt. Chuck Willis, who gave his life while fighting with this division. For some reason, his name is on the KIA list, but not on
the Roster. Please contact me at
and tell me if you have your father's address when he entered the Army. This is information that is usually given.

If your father left a written Memoir, or an album of photos, you might consider making a copy for the 12th Armored Division Museum.


posted 4/6/2013 11:18:06 AM  Reply w/Quote
Hello Mr Wallenburg,
Is it too late to send you the info ony dad? I actually jyst saw this reply when I googled my dads name. I would very much like him to be on the kust and have his name in the obits. Are there still any known men still alive from this 12th division? Thank you si much for being part of keeping this important history alive .