Born 28 January 1913
Died non Battle 13 May 1945
He is buried at Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, IN
Medical Department, 998th Ambulance Company
Kokomo Tribune, 23 May 1945
S/Sergt. Elwood J. Stiner, 32, died as the result of a vehicle accident somewhere in France, May 13, according to word received from the War department by his wife, Mrs. Helen Louise Stiner, Apt. C-11 Gateway Gardens. The telegram stated that a letter of confirmation is to follow.
Sergeant Stiner enlisted in the service September 27, 1942, and had been overseas since last February. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Stiner of Elwood route 4.
Surviving with the wife and parents are two sons, Gary Len, Three and a half years old and Billy Craig, age seven months, a step-daughter, Phyllis, four brothers, Len Stiner of Kentucky, Nash Stiner of Baltimore, Md., Sergt. Craig Stiner with the army somewhere in Italy and Billy J. Stiner in England and three sisters, Mrs. J.H. Sexton, Jacksboro, Tenn., Mrs. Edgar Heatherly, Baltimore, Md., and Virginia at home.
Sergeant Stiner was born January 28, 1913 in Union County Tennessee. He received his training at Fort Bliss, Tex., Fort Knox, Ky., and at Fort Jackson, S.C.
- Rank: Staff Sergeant
- Date of birth: 28 January 1913
- Date of death: 13 May 1945
- County: Campbell
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: Medical Department, 998th Ambulance Company
- Theater: Europe
- Conflict: World War II
- Burial/Memorial Location: Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, IN
- Location In Memorial: Pillar VII, Top Panel
- Sponsored by: Carl Stiner
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