Simon H Chaires
On April 7, 1945, Private First Class Chaires was declared a casualty of World War II. He served with honor in the United States Army. He is remembered by the people of New Mexico. May his positive example inspire us. Working together towards peace, mutual respect, and equality for all. World War II New Mexico
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|Simon H Chaires
|Deming, Luna County, New Mexico
|November 5, 1912
|April 7, 1945
|World War II
|Private First Class
|187th Engineer Combat Battalion
|DOW - Died of Wounds
|Plot O Row 6 Grave 4, Netherlands American Cemetery, Margraten, Netherlands
|Simon H Chaires is buried or memorialized at Plot O Row 6 Grave 4, Netherlands American Cemetery, Margraten, Netherlands. This is an American Battle Monuments Commission location.
World War II Victory Medal Purple Heart American Campaign Medal Army Presidential Unit Citation Army Good Conduct Medal European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign
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