Berwyn F. Nicholas

by Erica Nicholas
(Kentwood, Michigan)

Berwyn F. Nicholas
Staff Sergeant, U.S. Army Air Forces
515th Bomber Squadron, 376th Bomber Group, Heavy

This is my great grandfather. I never really was told much about him, I wish I could know a lot more. I know one of his brother's was still alive at the time when I found out all of his information from the war.

I know he is memorialized in the Tablets of the Missing in Italy. If anyone has more information on his unit I would greatly appreciate it if you could contact me. Thank you!

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Mar 22, 2017
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by: April

My uncle Maxwell Quartner was on that mission as well.
I was in contact with the USAF and they sent me information (as little as they had). My mother and I also did our DNA and it turned up nothing. I was in contact with the nephew of Joseph Sekerak right before 9/11. I wrote to him but did not hear back from him. You can contact me at ajmiller2626@gmail.com. If you have questions and I can be of any help just let me know. In the subject field please put Maxwell Quartner.

Sep 15, 2015
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Thank you!
by: Heather

Thank you for serving I am so greatful for you!

Jun 20, 2015
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James Sanden
by: Sharon

My Uncle Jim was also in this crew. I am trying to find info as well. Mostly trying to find about the other missions they had flown. In the picture he is in the front row, 3rd from the right. My dad was only 10 when his brother was reported as MIA and he doesn't really like to talk about him.

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