World Warfare II used Henry Ochsner, who landed on the seaside at Normandy on D-Day and later got the French authorities’s best honor for his carrier, has died. He became once Ninety six.
Family buddy Dennis Anderson says Ochsner died Saturday at his house in California Metropolis of complications from most cancers and out of date age.
As share of the U.S. Army’s a hundred and first Airborne Division — acknowledged as the “Screaming Eagles” — Ochsner also fought at the Battle of the Bulge.
In 2017 Ochsner and nine different veterans had been awarded France’s National Relate of the Legion of Honor in the future of a ceremony at Los Angeles National Cemetery.
Ochsner married Violet Jenson in 1947. He is survived by his wife, their four daughters and two granddaughters. Funeral plans are pending.