|CPL Sager Ream, likely at Camp Reynolds, PA|
Sager was drafted in June 1941. He attended training at Camp Cross, Pennsylvania. Within a year of entering the service he had been promoted to SGT and was at Camp Croft, South Carolina, likely helping train the thousands of new soldiers. He was also stationed at Camp Reynolds, North Carolina and Fort Meade, Maryland before being sent to England in June 1943 and assigned to F Company 116th Infantry. He had already been promoted to TSGT serving as a platoon sergeant in F Company when the invasion of occupied France began on 6 Jun 1944. TSGT Ream was killed in action on 17 Jun 1944.
TSGT Ream now rests forever in the Normandy American Cemetery.
His brother, Arthur Dillard Ream, served as a CPL in the U.S. Army and was wounded several times but survived the war.