George L. Wendt
— 526 Armored Infantry Battalion —
United States Army
World War II
1924 – 2002
Whose dedication to the memory of his brothers in
arms, who fell in the Battle of the Ardennes, made this
historical park possible.
This marker honors the man whose drive and dedication to this project led to the placing of these commemorative plaques. The citizens of Bouse are very pleased to have a park commemorating and honoring the Veterans of WWII who trained in this area. Thanks to the Veterans of WWII whose gallant efforts restored freedom to Europe and kept America's freedom intact, demonstrating to the World once again that evil can be defeated.
9th Tank Battalion 2001 tour (Top l-R) Damon, Chambers, Kirk, Morrison, Doug Rider (554th)
(Bottom L-R) Love, Ortega, George Wendt (526th) and Glenn Damron (526th)
ERECTED - 2003 by Lost Dutchman Chapter, Billy Holcomb Chapter, John P. Squibob Chapter of E Clampus Vitus and the Citizens of Bouse.
LOCATION - 33° 55.901′ N, 114° 0.299′ W.
Marker is in Bouse, Arizona, in La Paz County. Marker is on Broadway Avenue (Arizona Route 72 at milepost 27) south of Main Street, on the right when traveling west.
44362 E. Main Street
(P.O. Box 817)
PH: (928) 851-2509
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