Lt. C. Lowell Liebau KIA in France

Lt. C. Lowell Liebau, of Nutley, was KIA in France, Sept. 16, 1944

(Oct. 6, 1944) - Anna Liebau of 422 Franklin Avenue, Nutley, N.J., was informed by telegram Monday that her son Lt. C. Lowell Liebau Jr., 22, had been killed in action in France on Sept. 16.

Lt. Liebau was attached to the 357th Infantry, Company B, 90th Division.

Born in Nutley, Oct. 4, 1921, Lowell attended the local schools and was graduated from the high school as president of his class in February 1939.

Besides his mother, he leaves a sister Mrs. Jack Thelin of Somerville, and his fiancée Miss Joan Pennington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pennington of Carteret place.

Repatriated to the United States, Lt. Liebau's remains were interred at East Ridgelawn Cemetery, Delawanna, Clifton, N.J.

Lt. C. Lowell Liebau Jr., killed in action in France on Sept. 16, 1944

 Lt. Charles Lowell Liebau Jr., of Nutley, N.J., KIA in France on Sept. 16, 1944

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