PRIVATE VINCENT KENNETH ENOS; U.S. ARMY

July 25, 1911 (Elk Garden, WV) – December 21, 1944; 33 years old; married to Dorothy Alberta Foster Enos and had two children, a son Kenneth and daughter Evelyn
Last local address: 12 France Street, Norwalk
Enlisted September 2, 1943
Service number: 31405566
7TH ARMORED DIVISION, 38TH INFANTRY BATTALION, COMPANY A

Awarded the Purple Heart Medal with oak leaf cluster (twice).

Picture provided by Lorin Young, daughter

Private Enos was wounded in action in France on September 19 and returned to the battlefront after hospitalization in England. Died in the Ardennes Offensive as part of the Battle of the Bulge near St. Vith, Belgium.

Private Enos is buried in Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery; Section H, Row 3, Grave 5.

Also memorialized with a marker at Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk; Section 11, Plot 1.

Published by jeffd1121

USAF retiree. Veteran advocate. Committed to telling the stories of those who died while in the service of the country during wartime.

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