Sgt. Major Paul Leutheuser - WW II Veteran



It wasn’t until Paul took the physical to be a state trooper that he realized that he had an eyesight disability.  This led to his army  service being stateside.  From 1942 to 1946 he served at different camps doing the administrative jobs that were necessary for the military machinery to move smoothly.  One of them was Camp McCoy in Wisconsin.  Following his work at military posts, Paul went to Camp Atterbury in Indiana, where he worked in administration and personnel at the military hospital and separation center.

JoAnne P. Miller