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First Bank partnered with the Greater St. Louis Honor Flight (GSLHF) and the St. Louis Blues for “First Bank’s Tribute to the Greatest Generation.” GSLHF honors St. Louis area veterans’ service to our country by providing an all-inclusive trip to Washington, DC to visit the memorials built in their honor.
Through the 2017-2018 season, we paid tribute to a different veteran each month. The veterans were proudly introduced to cheering fans. Our goal is to not only honor these veterans but to raise awareness of the Honor Flight program.
First Bank made a donation to GSLHF each time the Blues scored first and every time the team won during the 2017-2018 season. As a result, First Bank made a $9,202 donation to GSLHF during the 2017-2018 season.
First Bank is pleased to salute World War II and Korean War Veteran Laurence Lumpe (Private 1st Class, US Army) in First Bank’s Tribute to the Greatest Generation. Mr. Lumpe was assigned to the American Graves Registration and was sent to what is now Florence, Italy. It was his job to exhume bodies and to try to find evidence to identify fallen soldiers so their families could be notified. He also investigated plane crashes.
Mr. Lopez was attached to the 348th Combat Engineering Battalion when he was sent to join the amphibious forces of the US Army, the 5th Engineering Special Brigade, which specialized in sea landings.
WWII Veteran and Master Sgt Roland Gantt was featured during First Bank’s Tribute to the Greatest Generation at the St. Louis Blues game.
First Bank has the privilege to escort WWII veteran Jerome Huelsman and his family to the Blues game
First Bank and the St. Louis Blues had the privilege of escorting James and William Luttrell and family to the game.
Mr. Saputo was attached to the Seabees and was assigned to help build and repair parts of France including an orphanage and an air field.
A very humble Mr. Nelson said that “the heroes of the Pacific were the Marines who took over the islands.
First Bank and the St. Louis Blues had the privilege of escorting 93 year old WWII veteran Raymond Dierkes and family to the game.
Mr. Smith survived the attacks on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
94 year old Technical Sergeant Frank Fontana was a member of the first MASH group ever formed
Second Lieutenant John Wren was with the 461st bomb group in the 15th Air Force stationed at Torretta Field in Italy.
A tribute for Sergeant Robert Hale
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