Kentucky Couple Seek To Return Found WWII Medals

By on February 9, 2014 in The Greatest Generation
WWII medals found in abandoned self-storage unit in Louisville, KY

WWII medals found in abandoned self-storage unit in Louisville, KY

David and Stephanie Kalbaugh of Lousville, KY, are looking for a WWII vet named Anthony Grunder. The medals were discovered on a back shelf in the office storage unit at the facility the Kalbaughs manage. From the photo, the medals seem to be a Bronze Star with V for valor and an oak leave, a Purple Heart with three oak leaves, and a campaign medal.

David, who is an Air Force veteran, has carefully checked out each one. “It looks like he spent the whole time in World War II, he started out at one campaign in Europe and then finished up in Asia and he was in the Army with the 101st Airborne or Third Ranger Battalion.”

The Kalbaughs have been searching through old records since August, trying to find Mr. Grunder. If anyone has information regarding him, please contact Aladdin Self Storage at 502-241-7200 or by email at aladdinstorageky@gmail.com

The business is located at:

3413 Collins Lane

Louisville, KY 40245.

 

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