Burt Marsh, is a World War II Veteran assigned to Company M, 319th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division. Marsh’s years of service and multiple excursions to Germany and France were part of the 80th’s mission in WWII. During this time, the Division landed at Normandy and fought its way across Northern France, Belgium and Germany. At the war’s end, the 80th had served more than 277 days of combat and had captured 200,000 enemy troops.
“I remember when we pulled out of port, I looked at the Statue of Liberty. My first thought was I would never see her again,” Burt R. Marsh
Burt is celebrating his 95th birthday this year and we would like to make it special for him, with the times being the way they are we are unable to celebrate the way this wonderful man deserves, we are asking for your assistance in making the day special for him, please write a letter or send a card to the following address it will really make a difference for this wonderful humble man.
Cards can be sent to:
Mr. Burt Marsh
PO Box 360
West Barnstable, MA 02668
Deadline for cards will be March 30th as we will be seeing him the days following! (But don’t worry, if it’s late we will still get it to him)