List of military personnel from Curry County who died while serving their country

The following military personnel from Curry County were killed or declared missing in action during wartime. Sources are cited. Please contact Editor David Stevens at 763-6991 with any corrections, additions or questions.

World War I
William Galloway
Glen Harris
Henry “Tex” Huff
Charles Ledbetter
Dean Lucas
Glen Snodderly
Rayne Vivard
Charles Williams
Charles Wilson
Source: Curry County Historian Don McAlavy

World War II
Bob Anthony
Bob Balch
Harold W. Barber
Lloyd D. Beach
Clarence Arless Bell
Glen W. Bishop
Thomas Bowman
Claude V. Bridges
Robert Brightman
Bonnie Melton Brizendine
T.B. Bryant
Bernard Philip Buford
J.B. Byars
Joe P. Casillas
Albert Chalk
Dean R. Chalk
Robert Ronald Cox
Millard Everett Conley
Albert Crump Jr.
Garth A. Dahinden
Walter Leo Daly
Ernest A. Damon
Earl Grey Davidson
Lorain W. Davis
Jonie B. Degraftenreid
Henry Drake
George B. Duke
Vernon Dunn
James Lee Elrod
John Martin Eastridge
Leon Z. Fought
Joe C. Garcia
Richard Harold Glen
Julian E. Griego
Hubert G. Hall
Paul Hammonds
Willis L. Hardcastle
Claude Haws
Ollie J. “Jake” Hill
John W. Hodges Jr.
Aubrey C. Holland
James D. Jackson
Laurel Kenneth Johnson
Kyle V. Johnson
Roy Johnson
Melvin Johnston
Fred Jordan
Stephen Dence Justice
Marshall Edward Kelly
Emory A. “Andy” Kemper
Roy Lee
Herman Lewis
Max W. “Jackie” Lewis
Dan M. Love
Jack B. Love
John C. Luikart
Glen Thurston Maltby
B.A. Marquez
William McCormack
Olen L. McCormick
Carrol E. McMillan
Harold Myers
Douglas Wilson Miller
Max Miller
John David Moss
Albert Moss
W.A. Nelson
Floyd C. Northcutt
J. Randol Osborne
Cecil Pearson
William A. Price
William E. Price
Sam Prince
John E. Reynolds
Robert L. Rodgers
Wayne C. Rodgers
Carroll F. Rodgers
Harry Arnold Rogers
Ralph Ross Jr.
Oscar A. Ruckman
Jeff D. Ruckman
Bert C. Sanders
Joe Schovanec
Ivan L. Sears
John S. Shields Jr.
Ray Clinton Shoemate
George T. Smalley
Burney H. Smith
J. M. Smith Jr.
Roy S. Swain
Charles Byron Thomas
French Lee Thomas Jr.
William D. Talley
Rosendo C. Torres
Edward O. Trapp
Clark J. Wicks Jr.
Harry Williams
C.A. Wiggins
Jake Willoughby
Gleason Wood
Frank Young
Source: Clovis News Journal, Oct. 21, 1945

Korean War
Richard Louis Albright
Lee R. Martinez
T.S. Moore
Charlie D. Quintana
Darrel Otto Smith
Source: Secretary of Defense (via McAlavy)

Vietnam War
Jimmy Ross Hohstadt
Daniel Tiofilio Martinez
Freddie Joe Roberts
Ruben Rubio
David Louis Stoll
Harvie Perry Winkles III
Source: Secretary of Defense (via McAlavy)