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The Purple Heart is the oldest American military combat honor still in existence. Awarded to those who are wounded or killed in any action against an enemy of the United States, the Purple Heart is a symbol of courage and dedication in the face of mortal danger. This memorial site is dedicated to all the brave men and women who have been awarded this honor.
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Remembering the life, death and legacy of Purple Heart recipient ROBERT SUDMAN

ROBERT (BOB) JAMES SUDMAN was born on May 1, 1924, in Boyne Falls, Michigan, to Chester G. and Leota Viola Getty Sudman. He served his country during WWII as a sergeant in the U.S. Army in the 103th Infantry Company K. in Europe. He was awarded two Bronze Stars and a Purple Heart. Robert was a member of the Katy, Texas, VFW as well as the VFW in Ironton, Ohio, where he was also a lifetime member of the Honor Guard, Quarter Master...
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The Purple Heart Memorial Site includes obituaries and Guest Books from the Legacy.com network of newspaper and funeral home affiliates.

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