Roy Albert Enge


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ENGE, Roy Albert

Roy Albert Enge was born on November 4th 1908.

Mr. Enge was inducted into the U.S. Army on September 16th 1943, at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Home at entry: Hibbing, Minnesota.

He served as a rifleman with Company I of the 342nd Infantry Regt. in Central Europe. Private First Class (PFC).

PFC Enge earned  the following merits for his service:

  • Good Conduct Medal,
  • American Campaign Medal,
  • Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal,
  • European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with 1 bronze battle star,  -and-
  • World War II Victory Medal.


He was honorably discharged November 10th 1945, at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. After the war he returned home to his wife Susane Marie [Margo].

Mr. Enge died on December 16th 1975 and the age of 67 years in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. He is buried at Maple Hill Cemetery in Hibbing.

Source(s): Hometown Heroes: The St. Louis County World War II Project. 75.

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