Tony Ullo

Company B 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

4th Infantry Division

DOW 04/15/1945



Tony Ullo was born on August 5, 1920. He was drafted into the Army on
June 18, 1943 at Denver, Colorado, after a prior enlsitment in the Reserves.
His home of residence was listed as Las Animas County, Colorado and his
civilian occupation was listed as Semiskilled Miners, And Mining-machine Operators.
He had completed grammar school and was single with no dependents.
His religion was listed as Catholic.


Private First Class Ullo died on April 15, 1945 of wounds received in action in Germany.



Tony Ullo was buried in the temporary U.S. Military Cemetery,
Saint Avold Cemetery, Metz, France and some time later
his remains were returned to the United States where he was
reinterred in Colorado.

Catholic Cemetery
Las Animas County


Application for the grave marker for Tony Ullo
showing that at one time he had served in Company B 83rd (Chemical Mortar) Battalion.
A prior enlistment is also shown with the beginning date of that enlistment given as February 11, 1941.

Photo by S. McCoskey from the Find A Grave website








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