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paul a sweeney 
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JOY was my Beautiful Angel that took care of me.....
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Nurnberg Hospital was my Ticket back to the states Great place I spend 2 weeks there with my asthma and was medivac out about may 1974 great care! Hello JOY
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Margret Edwards 
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I was also born in this hospital on 12/19/65. I was the biggest baby weighing in at 11 lbs. 10oz.
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Elizabeth Garcell Kacsmar 
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I was station at NAH from 80 to 82 as A 91S Environmental Health Specialist. It was by far one of the best assignments ever. Would love to hear from those I worked with.
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Lee Braham 
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I was stationed in Nuremberg from '79-'81. I was a 91E in the Dental clinic, assisted Dr. Allison in oral surgery. Please, any dental people out there that were stationed at that time? I will put my pics online.
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janine HAFNER 
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Hello everyone,

My grandfather was US soldier stationed in Bavaria,

ERLANGEN TILL 1967

does anyone know a men called:

LELAND YOST

( I don´t know if the name is correct spelled), who comes from

COLORADO SPRINGS.


If someone know him, would it be very kind to write me an e-mail ( janine_klaus@yahoo.de)

previously: THANKS for your help,

janine Klaus
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Fred House 
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I was stationed there in 1969-1970 as a
91D20. I worked in the OR and also CMS
under SSG Barnes.
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Barry Miller 
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Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to all fellow solders who served at the Nurnberg Army Hospital.
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Vincent "cruit" Fetzner 
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MOS 91B Assigned to US ARMY Hospital Nurnberg 1975-1976. Worked the newborn ward and gate guard duty. Hello to Lee Moberly, Mike Flores (Mex), Michael Picket, Ken Berg, Woody from NM, Sgt Keifer, Doug Brown, Sue Soloman, and all the wonderful civilian personal that I had a chance to work with there. Thank you for all the memories. Send me an email. Special hello to Tom Wolfe from Colorado that worked the ER.
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Bill Hart 
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I spent 36 days in this hospital after falling off a 155 mm howitzer and impelling myself on the commo spool attatchment on the back door.Shattered my tail bone and had to have emergency surgery to remove it and close up wound.It was somewhere in the spring of 1971
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Ronnie Brown 
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I was medevac from Herzo-Base to Nurembureg Army Hospital for a severe injury, hospitalized for several months. I have no idea where This Hospital's records have ended up. Please Advise.
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SFC Larry Stafford, US Army, R 
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My son, Sean Aaron Stafford, was born there on 05NOV76. All delivery rooms were in use.(Induced labor for officer's wives, I was told.) My wife, Carol Jean Stafford, gave birth in a recovery room with the assistance of a nurse. I wish I knew her name! All went well. No anesthesia and no doctor. A MD did come by later and looked in on my wife and son. Total time from entering the hospital to giving birth was less than an hour. Guess we took the staff by surprise. (?) Thanks to that fine calm and confident nurse!
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Dale Fields 
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I was a Preventive Medicine Specialist at the hospital from 71-72, CO was Maj. Silverman, also Capt. Jolley, also sgt. Burkhalter. Friends were Dave Bowling, Jim Osborn, Galen Grube, Jim Lee, Bradley Swenson, Bill Wachter, Purley Decker, Chuck Bates, & several more
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Maggie Ratliff (Diachynsky) 
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Hi Everyone,
As an army brat my dad was stationed in Nurnberg 66-69. I was a teenager and spent alot of time at the hospital, and met several people there, including my husband. Anyone remember people from the ENT clinic or admitting?
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Kenneth Maxey 
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Was in the hospital November 1959 after injury. Does anyone know where the medical records would have ended up?

Ronnie Brown:
Say Ken I Have Identical Situation With Regard To Med Records @ Nuremberg Army Hospital. Please Advise.
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Lisa Kerr-Bisbee 
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Wowza! The pictures blew me away! My father was Captain Kerr, a young ophthmalogist. We lived in the building just inside of the front gate. I remember playing in the landing field, and when the heliocopters would come, we would wait them out by climbing the trees. One day I was showing off riding my bicycle for the recuperating guys who cheered me on. My pants got caught in the chain and I crashed. Some guy came running out and cut my pants with a big switchblade knifeto free me- he has been a hero in my mind for over 40 years now! God bless everyone who has served our country!
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Dan Burton 
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I was stationed at the hospital in Nuremberg, from March 1949 until October 1951 when we were sent to Kornwestheim, Germany. I returned to the States in May of 1952. I was a Lab Tech, but spent most of the time there playing basketball. We were runnerups in the Company level 7th Army Championship playoffs. I have a picture of the Nurnberg hospital as in stood at the end of 1945 fighting. The center of the hosppital took a bomb right down the center where the red cross was painted.
The Nurenberg hospital became the 15th Evacuation Hospital in the summer of 1949.
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Larry Jones 
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Served at 130th from 1971-1974

Ronald Harris:
Hi Larry, I was there in 1973 I worked in the Captain's office as 71B10.

Ronald Harris:
Larry you ever heard of guys named: Michael Crowder, Orlando "Fat Man" Hayes, "Wolf" or Ralph Menefee?

Ronald Harris:
If so e-mail me at rth.poetry1530@att.net... Oh and by the way you remember the captain: David W. Oquinn?
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Billy Simmons 
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I was stationed at NAH from Sept 1970 until July 1971. I worked as a operating room tech and met some great people. I still often think of the place and all the good times. Sad to know it's no longer there.

Bill Hart:
I believe you were the guy who was checking my vital signs during surgery to remove my tailbone after I shattered it in a fall off of a howitzer at pinder barracks.Some Col. did the surgery I believe he was chief of surgery
Bill Hart
Highlands Tx 77562
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Dr. Charlie Tirone 
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Wow.....this is great!!!!
I was a podiatric surgeon & Captain stationed at the 130th in the ortho section between 1978 and 1981. I played bass in the local country band "Six Pack" featuring Gordy Thomas.
My 2nd daughter Regan, was born there in September of 1980. I still have one the original date plates off the elevator as a momento which is dated 1937.
I really enjoyed living in Germany during that time period and encountered many true patriots.
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Wayne K. Wagner 
 
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I was stationed at NAH from 12/79 to 05/81 worked in Logistics Division, Motorpool, Medical Equipment Procurment and HQ (Head Quarters). Moon Lited as a bouncer at Club Medico and ran the projectors at both the Hospital and Johnson Barracks Theators. Worked for Sgt. Dotzler, SFC Rich, SSG Bond, Sgt. Lomax, SFC Morgan, SSG Conners and Drove for Col. Bussy, Col Hartley. SGM Watkins, Cpt. Sizemore and 1LT Swank.
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Richard Reed 
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I entered an inquiry on the Ferris Barracks website asking for help from any of fellow soldiers who served there. I am having difficulty with the VA about my application for disability. After waiting and paper work for a year they now(VA)tells me my records burned in a fire around 1970. I understand that a fire aat the Record Center in St. Louis is a fact.
The VA now stated to me yesterday that I need to reconstruct my record and guess what? I have nothing. Firstly, they tell me that they have nothing to tell them that a Station 16 hospital ever existed(later it was called station 20). They have requested pictures of the hospital with a sign specifing that it was called such, paper work like maybe a birth certificate or letterhead saying it was Nurnberg Hospital and the closing date of the hospital.
Thanks to a person emailing me the pictures of the hospital, which will copy for them, so any of you have anything that will help, Please email me. I would certainly apreciate your help.
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Forrest Cordry 
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I was there from 1965 to 1967 and have a lot of good memories from my duty there!
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Heinz Mueller 
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Bob Scott,
I remember you and your wild and frizzy hair at the Club Medico. I was stationed at USAHN from76-19 and worked in the ER and was a bartender/waiter at the club. Many fond memories of that place and was sorry to hear it had been torn down. I also drove the bus from the hospital to Johnson Barracks to the PX and back to the hospital after we were moved to the old MP barracks at Johnson--best army duty I ever had. Terry Pinto, remember you as well--you drove me and Dave Ellsworth to the airport in Frankfurt during a driving blizzard in January of 79 so we could make our plane home.
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Gary 
 
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There aren't many memories for me of this hospital... other this the main one: I was born there. Almost 56 years ago!

These are the first pictures I've ever seen. Pretty nice.

haroldparker54@yahoo.com:
i know how you feel. I was born in erlangen in 54, but my brother and sister were born in this hospital in 56 and 59.
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Sham (Hattabaugh) Kelly 
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My Daddy was the motor pool Sargent at Nurnberg's 98th General Hospital from 1984-1992. My mom worked in the mess hall and later became the dietitian in those years. They were Danny and Ann. The old hospital was a wonderful place to grow up around. I was 6 when we arrived and 13 when we left.I loved watching the medi-vacs landing behind Daddy's shop. EVERYONE there was like family. Daddy would always invite all of his soldiers up to our house for all the holidays. It was like having a legion of brothers to grow up with.We were a HUGE family. Chris DeGenario, Dan Salveson, Mike, Clyde Gay, Mrs. Williams and so many more. I LOVED my childhood as an Army brat and never realized the blessing of the life I had being around so many people that loved and cared for my family. I'm a mother now and regret that my daughter will never know that joy. Thanks to all of you that made my childhood the best ever. And here's to a wonderful hospital that took care of so many.
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MICHAEL CAMBRA 
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I'M LOOKING FOR THELMA KEENAN, WE USED TO CALL HERE JENNY. I WAS STATIONED AT PINDER. SHE WAS MY GIRLFREIND. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM HER.
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carroll baker 
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my father was stationed in nurenberg from 1972-1976. We lived in base housing that was located behind the hospital. I can remember going to the movie theater that was ajacent to the hospital.
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bettina 
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I was born in nuernberg army hospital in april 1966 unfortunatley my birth certificate is MIA also, does anyone know how to get a replacement?
my family and I got to go back to germany in 74 - 83 man what a blast it was many many fun times

Jerry Hoover:
My daughter was born there also in 1972 she has a certificate of foreign birth from the US embassy in Munchen Germany You probably could get a copy there.
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Hardy, P L 
 
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was born here 1954
father Thos. Hardy
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Bill Sanford 
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I was born at this hospital April 4,1974. Father was stationed in Bamberg.
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Raymond Martin 
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Was stationed at the 20th station Hosp.
from Oct.1961 to March 1965. One of the
best times of my life

Larry Palmer:
Hi,What was your Mos there.I was stationed at the hospital from February 1961 to June 1962 and the was transferred to Herzo Base Dispensary.

Richard:
I was a patient in the Hospital for a couple of month in 1957, but as I recall at that time, it was Station 16 and I believe that it was changed to Station 20 around the time you were there.
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Served at the hospital in the Pathology Dept from 72-75. Lots of good memories. Sorry to hear it was torn down.
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Ginette Trapp 
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Hi all, I was born in the Nurnberg Army Hospital in November of 1966. I have always wanted to return to see my birth place. But it very cool to at least see pictures of the hospital and post where I spent the first two years of my life.

Heathernioj:
Hi guys/Gals

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James Shockey 
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Hi All. I was born at the hospital in 1960. I wanted to visit it next year, on my 50th birthday, and was informed it had been torn down. I have found the old address, 306 Rothenburger Strasse, and will at least stop by the site. I have been amazed that so many children were born there. The Army definately stopped using salt peter!
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Nicola Schultz 
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Hello everyone, my name is Nicola Schultz & I was a civil service brat ;0) I was Born in 81 at the Nurnberg Army hospital and absolutely loved growing up in the Nurnberg area. My father, Richard Schultz ran the Education CTR at O'Brien Barracks & was a long time education counselor there. He also worked at Merrell Barracks. My mother, Charmaine was a long time RN at the Nurnberg Army hospital. They were in the Nurnberg area from 76-92. And I'm sure if anyone came in contact with my mother, they'd remember working with her or being a patient of hers! I'm here to get in touch with anyone that might remember my Dad, Mom, or myself!

I'm looking for old family friends, such as the Gilson's; Tom, Sheila, Shelby, Shana, or Thomas! Or anyone I may have gone to school with in Nurnberg.

If you remember any of us, I'd really like to hear from you =)

God bless our men & women serving this country & all who did serve!
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richard g. tanzer 
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hi, its been a long time coming. i was born at this hospital to my late father spec 5 richard j. tanzer and to my mother margaret e. tanzer (markum is her maiden name) who hails from massachusetts. this was on march 15th 1963 between 1400 to 1500 hours in the afternoon. still have those papers the army statement of my birth as well as the birth certificate from the state dept. at time no photos were allowed of the base. but my parents described it to me. all i can say is now that i see these photos. their description of it was not an exaggeration. glad they were a part of history. glad i was born there.
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Ray 
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I was born in the Hosptial in 1984..unfortunately my birth certificate is MIA does anyone know where the hospital records are located or where can I get my birth certificate? Please email me if you can help!
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Ted Gelinas 
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Hi,

Looking for anyone stationed at NAH between aug 1984 and Feb 1986. I worked in the operating room and central sterilization. Lived in the barracks at the back corner of the lot. Lots of good memories, if you think you know me then shoot me a message !

Ted Gelinas

Greg Peterson:
Hey Ted!
Good to hear from you.Are you a rockstar yet?We had some great times together and I was always wondering if I would ever see or hear from you again.I still live in Nuernberg and still having a great time.What was the name of the band you played in?It's been 25 years, WOW.E-mail is on the way

Roy Robertson:
Hi Ted,

I worked in the OR in 1984 - 85. Do you remember Vega, Reif, Edwards and Daniels? It was a great group of people! I got out in 1985 and ended up in Washington State. I hope all is well with you. It was great to see your post on the site!
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Dirk Haije 
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I was in and out of NAH quite a few times for broken bones between 84 & 88 while I was stationed at Johnson Barracks Eco 16th Engrs.

I have to admit I never wanted too see that place ever again, though I am sad it was torn down along with Johnson..
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I was born at the hospital 8/1/62 and adopted by Americans. My adoptive father is (at the time) 1st Lt. (or Cpt.) Scott T. Lyman (LTC, Ret.), Armor (Aviation). My birth mother's name was Barbra Grabusch and my name prior to the adoption was Robert Grabusch. If anyone remembers her of my father or the situation, please contact me via email. Thanks. Eric.
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James Shockey 
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I was born in the U.S. Army Hospital in Nuremberg, June 1960. I plan to return on my 50th birthday. Can someone provide me with the old address & location of where the hospital stood so I can at least stop by?

Greg Peterson:
The hospital was located in the Rothenburger Str.in the city section of Schweinau.It was completely removed and replaced by homes and shops,so there is nothing left for you to see.Sorry!
Hope everyone has a Happy New Year.Greg Peterson,Nuernberg
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Randy Wheeler 
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I was born in Nuernberg US Hospital back in 79. Went to the church there as well for a little bit in the early 90's. I miss my home town of nuernberg.
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Christina Morin White 
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I was born at the hospital on Jan 2, 1970 and my step-daughter was born there Feb. 3, 1989. I am here in Germany for the first time since my Momma carried me home on the plane. Will be visiting nurnberg this weekend. Looking forward to visiting my birthplace, even though the hospital no longer exist.
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Bradley Schuman 
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I was born there on May 26, 1983. Just trying to find out as much as possible about it. I have one picture of the hospital. Very sad that it isnt there anymore.
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Thomas M Southerland 
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Was stationed here 1970-1971. Lived in hosp. barracks. Was med. rec. spec. Remember Rick Janis, Micheal Mazur, Steve Brenner Played on hosp. football team.
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Engelbert 
 
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Oh, the certificate reads the attending physician was a Major Gary Ryan.
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Engelbert 
 
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I was born in the US Army Hospital in Nurnberg on March 23, 1974.
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Roy Robertson 
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I was assigned to the 130th General Hospital in Nurnberg and attached to the 120th Medical Detachment in Erlangen from 1974 - 1978. I returned to the 98th General Hospital (new designation) and was assigned to the OR from 1983 - 1985. I met lot of great people and have incredible memories. I was sad to see the Hospital has been demolished and the Nurnberg Military Community is no more.
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Admin 
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Hey guys we need to get signed up on these new Multiply pages. These pages will link us all together. There's one for each kaserne, plus one for the main site. The more members we have, the higher in the search engine standings we'll be.
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Larry Palmer 
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Hello all just sent in photo of the army hospital taken from a chopper in summer of 1961.At that time it was 20th station hospital.I was there from February 1961 to June 1962 then was at Herzo Base dispensary from June 1962 till February 1963.Remember great times and friends at both places.Even though things have changed am still hoping to get back for visit.Hear there is a Ramada inn where the EM club at Herzo used to be.Anyone around there about that time drop me an email.If anyone knows tom putnam,harry howell,or christa mueller please let me know
Larry Palmer
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Tina 
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Nuernberg
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Hi Everybody,
it must have been somewhere between 77 -80. I used to go out with a guy named Robert Lee Thompson (nurse?). Great time for a young german girl like me back then! Eat horrible food at the messhall, go to the movies (had to stand up for the national anthem) an thrugh all teh spooky tunnels to best of all the Disco-club. Don't remember the DJ's name, but until today his good-bye sentence: "You don't have to go home, but have to get your ass out of here....." those times are gone, but memories never will...
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Ronald Tyrone Harris 
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In 1973 a German girl named Doris Steeler from Stutgart, Germany was pregnant. I would love to know if the baby was born. I came back to America in 1973. I remember Michael (crow)Crowder, Ralph Menefee, Melvin Carter, Olando(fat man) Hayes. and Captain O'Quinn. I got mixed up in drugs and was assaulted. That's why I was sent home early.
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Ronald Tyrone Harris 
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I was stationed at 130th General in 1973. I remember good and bad times there.

Larry Jones:
Ronald, I was there from 1971 - 1974, worked as a 91B, SGT in the ER
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John Sutherland 
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Hi I was stationed at 130th Hospital..1969-1972.Great place to be I worked in ER and the pediatric clinic. Sorry to hear they tore the place down.All my kids were born there. 1970 and again in 1972.

Larry Jones:
John, I also worked in the ER. I was stationed there from 1971 -1974. Bowled on the hospital team
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phil mccusker 
 
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I wonder if anyone from 1970-71 visits this site. I was in medical supply.
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Lynne Louviere 
 
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Sorry to see that the building is gone. I worked in Illesheim for the social work department of Nurnberg Army Hospital from 1991-1994, and relocated to the States shortly after the hospital was closed down. I have only wonderful memories of my co-workers and of the military community. Now, I am privileged to continue to serve our heroes through my job at the VA.
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Glenn W. Vandiver 
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While working with the Army as a civilian I had a son that was born at USAH at Nurnberg on December 25 1961. How would I go about finding records thereof? Thanks, Glenn W. Vandiver
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Rick Graham 
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I was in 87th Medical Detachment (DS) back when it was known as 130th General Hospital. NOV 1974-1976 I was there for a brief period before going to Hohenfels and a brief period before I went back to US. 1st Sgt was Henderson.
I 'm still working on my Hohenfels site.
Hi Glenn Waldron, Mike Robb, Bill Wertzberger and Bill of Whale tale Pharmacy, Roxanne Carlson, Dr. Jim Metz
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Rich McKnight 
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I was an x-ray tech at the hospital for a month in 1972 and was sent to the clinic in Amberg for the rest of my time in Germany. The hospital was an interesting place with violent barracks, secret basements and lots of good people. Even the Germans tear down cool old buildings.
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Jerry Allen 
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My daughter was born there in April 89. Her mother worked in the ER at the hospital from 87-90 (Suber, now Foster). I actually spent many nights in the barracks there, everyone there was very nice.
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Mike Dunbar 
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I was in Radiology from '84-'86. So many memories. Great people to be with.
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Robert Francis 
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I was stationed in Grafenwoehr, but both of my children were born in the hospital. My son in 1977 and my daughter in 1982. Since we only had a small clinic, Nurnberg was our hospital and the staff was always outstanding. Many thanks for everything they did for my family.

Robert Francis, MSG USA RET
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chris hughes 
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Hey everyone-Worked in the ER at the 98th Gen. Hospital in Nurnberg from 1986-88. Loved my time there. I had also hoped that I might be able to visit some time, now that I'm a civilian. Sorry to see it go. I've got some great memories, and met some great people.

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Mark Williams (Formerly Spec-5 
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Worked in Radiology from 80-83. Had a great time, always heard that if you went to Germany you would come back with a baby or a Coo-Coo Clock, daughter born at the hospital Feb of 1982.
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Harry Lawhorn 
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What a wonderful site. Sad to hear the Hospital is gone.
I was there in 1986 for 45 days in the Detox unit (lol). Would love to hear from anyone involved in that unit. They saved my life.

Harry
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Mark Ballance 
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Can anyone help me in locating Major Sterling Lewis. We played rugby for the Nuernberg Rugby Football Club 1978 & 1979 at which time I PCS'd to Ft. Jackson, S.C. and then ETS'd home. I would appreciate the help.
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Alan McManis 
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I was stationed there from June 1983-October 1986. I worked in Radiology and loved my time there. Anyone remember the Club Medico?
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Matthew Paul Anderson 
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I was born in this hospital back in 1986 and was curious as to how i would find information about the nurses or doctors who were there for it. I was born May 23, 1986 at 0800 in the morning. I was a C-section. My mother Jacqueline Anderson and father Buck were both stationed there at the time of my birth in the Army. I now am military myself, a Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune NC.

Logan Chelsea:
If Buck E Anderson was your father and was stationed at Illesheim, Germany as a scout pilot, I am your little sister, Logan Chelsea.
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Dave Sharp 
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I broke my arm in 1955 (at 6 yrs old)and had to spend a week here (in the adult mens ward). Learned poker, cussing, etc.
My parents had a fit but I loved it.
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bill vaughn 
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i had my appendix taked out at nurnberg army hospital while stationed at montheith barracks back in 1973,co.b.123rd mt bn,1st armored div,those were the days..wowowow talk about memory lane,lol,,wheres john trueblood,and koch and dooch??
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Bob Brandon 
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I was looking for places I have lived on Maps.live.com, and located Heinleinstrasse, which is just to the west of the former Hospital campus. My step-father, Carl Owen, was a Pharmacist at the 20th Station in 1966-68. I went to school in Furth. It was a great big happy place when we were there. Dad was also the manager of the movie theatre, and we would get in to see all kinds of great movies. I would love to hear from anyone else who was there in the late '60s. Thanks for a great site.
Sincerely,
Bob Brandon
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Bob Scott 
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Worked at the n.c.o club from 76 till 80.as a D.J. Ive got pictures somewhere but Im worried how youll explain them to your kids or grandchildren.Met an old club manager from there name Frank but lost touch with him.Sorry to hear its been torn down,but we tried to do that every fri.sat night.

Tom Jolley:
Bob,
I have a few pictures of you in your DJ glory at the New Years Eve Party 1976

Bob Jensen:
Bob Scott, the best DJ the Club Medico ever had! I remember how you used to play "Silver Wings" on the last night someone was in-country. Did you ever marry Renae Nagle?

Agnes:
Bob Scott - are you the chap who used to stay with Mike and Agnes in Nurnberg who had a son called Scott and hailed from Chester England?
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Fatima R. Neal-Epes 
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I had been looking for information regarding where I was born, so glad (and yet sad) to find this site. My dad, Ssgt John Neal was stationed in Germany a few times. I was hoping to get out there to see the sites, sorry to hear they are no longer. But thank you so much for the pics.
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Stephanie Mae Fletcher 
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I was born here on December 6th, 1969.
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Ken Scott 
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I was stationed at the hospital from 1991-1994. I worked back in the Property Management section with Mr. Ores Moore.

It was a great place to live and work. I had some great times there!
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Kristina Hile-Lonon 
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Ooops!! Just realised that it was torn down! Well, I still would have loved to have seen it. The base my dad was stationed at is gone too...apparently to make room for an athletic shoe factory. I forgot to mention, my dads name was Ronald Hile. If anyone remembers him, please let me know. He died in 1984 at the age of 41. I miss him - I know he would have gotten such a huge kick out the internet and being able to see these things again.
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Kristina Hile-Lonon 
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Wow...my mom has been telling me about this forever!!! I was born in this hospital on June 16, 1970. My dad was stationed at the Herzo Base and brought my mother to Germany when he came there from two tours in Vietnam. We stayed only a couple of months after my birth, but it's part of a family legend!!! Along with my mom telling me that the nurse who attended her punched her in the stomach to help get rid of afterbirth!! I was also told there was still a swastika in the floor of the hospital. I don't know if that is right, but...
Apparently, it cost around 5.32 to give birth to me here!! I sure wish things were still that way!!
I really hope to take my family here someday so we can see it together. Nice site!!!
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Hans Nunemaker 
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Gross Gott! I was born in this hospital on Thanksgiving Day, 1965 (November 25th.) My mom was airlifted via a helicopter from where my family was living (Amberg.) Dad was a Chaplain in the community, and my siblings attended Nuernberg American High School. I think the family was in this area from 1965-1968.

Auf wiedersehen!
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Karen 
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I was born here March 29, 1982. Both my parents were stationed out in Germany when they had me. I have always wanted to go to Nurnberg and see the hospital in real life. This is the first time I've actually seen a picture of it. That really sucks it's not there anymore.

Engelbert NYC:
I was born there March 23, 1974. My father was in the Army. My mother is German (hence the name). I just discovered it was torn down too. I also lived in Heilbronn... those places are gone too :-(
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john horner 
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I was O'Brien bks 59 and 60 and spent a few days in the hospital having a pilonidal cyst remove. It came back and had it done again about 14 years later. Oldest son was born in Nurnburg hospital on 12-16-59. Biggest baby of the year at almost 12 lbs I think.
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Roobert (Bob) Christensen 
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I spent 5 days in the hospital in 1958. My son Vernon was borne there on December 22, 1959.
It is interesting and sad to see what has happened to our past.
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Bob Lembke 
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My oldest daughter was born there in March 1985
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Crystal Helmbright 
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Hello,
I was stationed @ the hospital 84-87 in the OR. Great memories! Sorry to hear it was torn down.

Alan McManis:
I think I remember you! You had blond hair and had been in Grenada, right?

Roy A. Robertson:
Crystal, I remember you! I was stationed at the hospital in the OR from 83 - 85. Some of the other folks I remember are Vega, Garcia, Edwards, Reif and others whose names escape me. It was a good crew. I agree with you, great memories! All the best, Roy
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debbra pernokis 
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i am looking for my dad his name is donald lee phillips he was stationed there in 1962 i was born 12/30 /1962 my mom's name was rosemarie nissen she lived in zirndorf after i was born i have not seen him in 43 years love to know what happend to him he has 4 grandchildren i just feel incomplete without knowing if anyone knows please let me know
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Thomas Lewandowski 
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I was stationed at Montieth from Feb 79 - Sept 81. I was assigned to A Det. A Co. 501St. Combat Aviation Battalion. We were housed with the 69th Chemical Co. I would like to here from anyone who was stationed there when I was.

Ski..
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Kara Oliver 
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I was stationed at WO Darby Kaserne from January 1986 - September 1990. My daughter and son were born in the Nurnberg Army Hospital. I had no idea it was gone. At least there are photos of it to show them.
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RAY EVERHART 
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BY THE WAY, I WAS BORN THERE IN 1974. WISH THEY HADN'T CLOSED IT THOUGH, I WANTED TO VISIT THE HOSPITAL. IT WAS ON MY "BUCKET LIST"

Engelbert NYC:
I was born there in March 1974. I wanted to go too.
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RAY EVERHART 
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JUST BROWSING THE INTERNET AND FOUND THIS SITE, REALLY COOL. TO SEE PICTURES OF THE HOSPITAL WHERE I WAS BORN ALMOST BROUGHT A TEAR TO MY EYE. MY MOTHER TOLD ME WHEN I WAS BORN THE UMBILICAL CHORD SLIPPED OUT OF THE DOC'S HAND AND SLAPPED ME ACROSS THE EYES, COULDN'T OPEN MY EYES FOR AT LEAST A WEEK SO I WAS TOLD. ANYWAY THAT KIND OF STUFF HAPPENS BUT THIS SITE IS THE BEST, THANKS, RAY EVERHART
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Gregory Beck 
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My father was stationed in Nurnberg from 1958-61 with the 20th Station Hospital and work in the 564th MD Det Central Dental Labortory. If any one has information about these units please email me!!
GOD BLESS, Gregory Beck, Mainz Germany
4th/69th Armor 8th ID 1984-87
"Scouts Out"
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Darrin Cavalletti 
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I was injured at Montheith Barracks in 1990. I was put on light duty in the Hospital. Was also a patient there ( broken collarbone). Was stationed from 1985-1990. Was then medically discarged and send back to US. My wife found this site and when I looked at it I had to cry. Very sad to loock at hte pictures on this site. Had a great time there. Anyone that remembers me send me an email.
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Gordy Thomas 
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(I was stationed at the MEDDAC from 77-81...European Out and left Germany in summer of 82)

For all who used to go to the EM/NCO/OFFICERS Clubs:

My two bands ("Six Pack" and "Gordy Thomas and CREW") used to play all around Southern Bavaria.

I've written a lot of songs since then, and anyone is welcome to download the free .mp3 files listed on my site at gordythomas.com please disregard the fact that there are also song files for sale on the page, as it is not my intent to get you to buy anything. I just thought some of the FOB (Friends of The Bands) might be interested in hearing what I've been doing in Nashville.

And to all combat veterans, "Welcome Home!"

Bob Jensen:
Gordy I remember you from ICU!

(Didn't recognize you with the beard on your website, though!)
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Fallon 
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Wow...I finally have seen where I was born in 1983! Too bad my parents never made it! Oh well, life goes on...
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Jim Lee 
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I was stationed there until March, 1973. Got an early release. I will have to scan my photos and put them on my blog.

Ronald "Wolf" Harris:
I was also stationed there in 1973. I worked in the Captain's office as 71B10.
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Jim Lee 
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Stationed at the 130th General 1970-1971. Worked in Personnel with Major Grider and SFC Reynolds. Later moved to HQ, worked under SSG Werner Wernick. Colonel Thomas, Colonel Morse were CO's
Major Wm H. Kolb was Adjutant ? he replaced Jim Townsend. Colonel Henley (groucho marx) was XO. The CSM, can't remember his name, was a really nice guy. Guys I worked with were Jim Czarnecki, Bradley T. Swenson, Chuck Bates, David Bowling, Paul Wachtner, Jim Osborn, Dale Fields, and some guys from the Veterinary Clinic who did food inspections.
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jason schachtschneider 
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I was born in 1973,Nurnberg army hospital,My dad was micheal schachtschneider,He was a MP officer in the Army.I would love to go back and visit.I lived there for 6months or 1year.
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George Patrick Patterson 
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I was born at the Nurnberg 20th Station Hosp.May 17th,1964.My father was stationed with the 15th.Cavalry at Schwabach 1962-64.

heavyno1@msn.com:
My son was born there 22 May 1964. To bad you guys didn't meet.

Ray Martin:
My son was born at the Hosp.
14 June 1964
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Cathy Foster 
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My oldest daughter was born in Nurberg in November 1990. Most I see here were born much earlier. I'm sad to hear it was torn down.
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Alan Koch 
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I was born at Nurnberg Army hospital August 5, 1951. My father, Walter F. Koch, was serving in the Air Force at the time. When I was 18 months old we moved back to the states. I returned to the Nurnberg area in 1971 and lived in Weinhof, a small village about 20km east of the city. While in Weinhof I had a bronchitis and was treated at the hospital by a doctor who said he had worked there since the year I was born.
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Wendy Brooks-Ramey 
 
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Our daughter was born at the Nurnberg Army Hospital in 1975. I was saddened to learn that the hospital is now gone. They enlisted some of the finest doctors I have ever met at that hospital. I worked on W.O. Darby Kaserne w/ the 71st. Maintenance BN.,when I met my husband, who was a military policeman w/ the 793rd MP Battalion. We married 9 months later. We were introduced by a man nicknamed 'DOC.' I was then stationed at Merrell Barracks until I got an overseas separation. Our life in FROG were some of the best years of our marriage. Thanks DOC...
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Jenny Ramey 
 
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I was born in this hospital in 1975. My mom lived in the Merrell barracks and my dad was an MP in Darby. They married and lived in Furth. We left for the States a couple of months later. I would love to see the area now. I am saddened that the hospital is gone.
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Jenny Ramey 
 
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I was born in this hospital in 1975. My mom lived in the Merrell barracks and my dad was an MP in Darby. They married and lived in Furth. I would love to see the area now. I am saddened that the hospital is gone.
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Michael Mahanna (Baumgartl) 
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Hi!
I am searching for my Father!
Here the few facts I know:

Name: Harvey McCoy
Stationed : Pinder Barracks, Zirndorf
1962.
Met my Mother Waltraud Baumgartl (Born March 23.1932) around June/July 1962.
My Birthdate April 11. 1963.

If anyone can give helpful Information, many thanks in advance!

A part of my life is just missing.....


Thanks,
Michael

Michael Mahanna:
On 12. Sept. 2008, my mother Waltraud Mahanna passed away.

Do you have any information on my Father?

Pls. contact at:
mahanna@myway.de
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GREGG FAUST 
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By the way, the 7th MEDCOM Commander, Major General Scotty, argued to keep the hospital open. He stated, correctly, that the hospital was central to the major training areas, Graf and Vilseck. He lost. The 98th was closed, as well as the 97th Gen Hosp in Frankfurt. The entire community in Nuremberg was closed also. Sad..they had one of the largest px's in europe
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GREGG FAUST 
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I was NCOIC of Pharmacy Supply from 1991-1994. they split the staff of the hospital around 1992. one half formed a MASH that went to croatia. the rest of the staff stayed at the hospital but it was re-named from the 98th General Hospital to the 3rd Combat Support Hospital. they were in the process of closing the hospital and community, when I left in 94. I'm very sad that they tore it down. I have a lot of good memories there
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Rick Pollard 
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I was NCOIC of the pharmacy from Apr 83 through Jan 87 -- I am currently planning a trip to Germany and discovered this web site and, to my dismay, that the hospital had been torn down. Had a great time while there.

gregg faust:
we had one thing in common Rick!!! You we're NCOIC of Pharmacy and I was the NCOIC of Pharmacy Supply. Did you know a MSG Brockman? She was NCOIC of pharmacy when I arrived in 91

Roy Robertson:
Rick, I'm pretty sure I remember you. I was a SSG in the OR from 83 - 85. I left the Army in 85 and ended up in the Pacific Northwest near Ft. Lewis. Nurnberg Hospital was my last and one of my best assignments in the Army. It's sad that the hospital no longer exists. Hope all is well with you!
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Sean Mathews 
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I was born there in May of 76. I beelive my father said it was 130th Gerneral Hospital but I may be mistaken. I live in Graf. until the age of one before going state side with my family a few years... not that I would remember it.
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Larry Palmer 
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Hello All,I was stationed at the hospital in Nurnberg when it was the 20th station hospital.I was there from march 1961 to june 1962 after that i was stationed at herzo base dispensary from june 1962 to february 1963.Ah those were the days.Lot of fond memories about both places and all of Germany.Anyone have any info on the german civilians that were at herzo base please email me.
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Mary Riley 
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I was a guest in the Nurnberg hospital and my first child(my son) was born there in 1986. They treated me well.
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Judy Bos 
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My husband (at one time) worked at the Hospital in Medical Logistics (Supply), 1977-79. Anybody else from there in this time frame?

Michael:
I was stationed at the Hospital from 1977 to 1979 with some time spent at an outlying camp in Bayreuth. I believe I took some pictures of the hopsital and they are somewhere in my garage.

Bob Jensen:
I was there 1976-1979. Greatest prank I ever saw was when John Bross was irritating an emergency room doc, who sent him on an errand down to Medical Supply for "fallopian tubes". Bross ran down there and grabbed Ken Berg and demanded all the fallopian tubes he had...Berg said, as far as he knew, all the fallopian tubes in the hospital were in use up on the Obstetrics Ward. Bross then ran up to the second floor, out of breath, and literally grabbed an OB/GYN doc and demanded fallopian tubes. The doc didn't miss a beat "what size?"

Good times, good times.
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Allen Fletcher 
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I was stationed with the 1st Trans. Co. in Furth 1970-72 at W.O. Darby Kaserne.

I was sitting in the waiting room when a female Doctor rank of Capt. came up to me and asked me some questions about what she had noticed on my physicial condition, she went out of her way to attend to me, she wasn't the Doctor I was supposed to see that day.

I can only express my sincere gratitude and praise to the Doctors, Nurses and Staff from Nurnburg Hospital.

To the female Doctor with the rank of Captain who took the time to talk to me I say "Thank you so very much" you will never know how much you helped and changed my life as a young man.

God Bless our Troops and God Bless America.

FLETCH.
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Bill Lee 
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Delaware
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Stationed at Nurnburg Hospital 78 thru 80, Worked in the Lab - Ran the Hematology Secion - my son was born there in 78. The best tour ever. I always wanted to see the place again and have great memory's - it is a shame my son will never see the it, except in pictures.

Michael:
I was a pharmacy technician at the hospital from 1977-1979. It was my first official military home station afer all the basic and MOS training. The food was one of the best I have eaten in my military career.
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Sandra Stewart 
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My dad met my mother at the 1960 Octoberfest and married her. My mom is from Furth, and I am afraid I don't know much about this area. I was born in this hospital on April 30, 1962
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Barry Miller 
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TDY for 3 mounths in 1967 Worked in the Med. Lab
Great place to work.
I was stationed in Aunsbach 66 to 68
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Tom Jolley 
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Worked on the Med/Surg ward 1975-1978. Met a ton of great people and had a great time. I am scanning some old photos of some of the people from that time frame and will put them up on the web as soon as they are scanned. Sorry the place was torn down there were alot of great memories. Drop an email and say hello sometime

Tom:
I also drove the bus when they first moved people over to Furth

Michael:
Hi Tom
I worked as a Pharmacy Technician from 1977-79 with some duty in Bayreuth. I got some old pictures but there burried somewhere in the garage. I too drove the company bus as additional duty and spent sometime doing guard duties and CQ after hours and weekends. The hospital food was one of the best in my military career.

Tom:
I have scanned quite a few photo's and will start uploading them to my website in the near future. You may recognize alot of them.

Tom:
Michael,
Email me with your web address

Bob Jensen:
I also drove that bus. Trying to remember all the bus drivers: Bob Beins, David Curtsinger, Vito "the Mad Bomber" Damone, Richie Van Meter...Tom, you were the very first driver as I recall. The Johnson Barracks shuttle..

Tom:
Bob,
You are correct I was the first Bus driver. Drop me an email when you get a chance
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Terry Pinto 
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Just stumbled upon this site by accident! I was stationed at 130th from 11/74 to 11/79 then worked civil svc from 11/79 to 8/82 there. Hi emmit, I worked in the er with you for about 6 months before I got out. My wife, Martha also worked in the ER there then went on to one of the med/surg wards. Many Great memories of the place and the people there. I was saddened last year to discover the old place was torn down. Love/peace and joy to all!
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Jeff Brown 
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I was born at the Hospital in 1957. Recently, for my 50th I visited Nuremberg and Furth. I have some current images of the hospital location. Also I have current images of the American family housing building, specifically, #137. Thanks for the images of the hospital in its day.
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Charles Chapman 
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This is to Doctor Lawrence Miller MD. I am seeking information on births at Nuernberg Army Hospital in April of 1969. Please contact me.

GORDON KURTZ
Do you have an email address for Dr. Miller?
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Jen 
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Hey you guys,

I was born in this hospital feb 13th of 1983... I live only 45min away from there, but didnt know its not there anymore... I am trying to find my dad who went back to the states when I was like 5yrs old. This sucks! :( Anyways, it was good to hear your stories... Thanks for sharing! ;)

Jen

george gray:
Hi Jen! Oder Gruss Gott!
(Mein Deutschen bekannt hat mir Deustschen gelernnt. Es ist ein Katastrophe! Switching back to English. I was stationed at the 130th for a few months in 1973 then they transferred me to Bamberg. In Bamberg I made friends with a German male, Matthias Dulp, We hung out together, We established a Karate class on the post (we were both brown belts at the time), and we had many adventures together. Matthias visited me in America. After I got out. Shortly after that i had a crisis where i lost many things including his address. I was wondering if you could do a search for him. He lived in Bamberg then he moved to Nurnberg. Where is he now, I don't know. But i will recompense you for your time and trouble. I am in New Mexico, do you like turquoise jewelry? I wish to thank you for your time and trouble. My email is gcgray@earthlink.net. if you reach him tell him i am looking forward to another night at the Mondschein and that i am still in Albuquerque, New Mexico. thanks again &take care
george gray

george gray:
Hi Jen! Oder Gruss Gott!
(Mein Deutschen bekannt hat mir Deustschen gelernnt. Es ist ein Katastrophe! Switching back to English. I was stationed at the 130th for a few months in 1973 then they transferred me to Bamberg. In Bamberg I made friends with a German male, Matthias Dulp, We hung out together, We established a Karate class on the post (we were both brown belts at the time), and we had many adventures together. Matthias visited me in America. After I got out. Shortly after that i had a crisis where i lost many things including his address. I was wondering if you could do a search for him. He lived in Bamberg then he moved to Nurnberg. Where is he now, I don't know. But i will recompense you for your time and trouble. I am in New Mexico, do you like turquoise jewelry? I wish to thank you for your time and trouble. My email is gcgray@earthlink.net. if you reach him tell him i am looking forward to another night at the Mondschein and that i am still in Albuquerque, New Mexico. thanks again &take care
george gray

george gray:
Hi Jen! Oder Gruss Gott!
(Mein Deutschen bekannt hat mir Deustschen gelernnt. Es ist ein Katastrophe! Switching back to English. I was stationed at the 130th for a few months in 1973 then they transferred me to Bamberg. In Bamberg I made friends with a German male, Matthias Dulp, We hung out together, We established a Karate class on the post (we were both brown belts at the time), and we had many adventures together. Matthias visited me in America. After I got out. Shortly after that i had a crisis where i lost many things including his address. I was wondering if you could do a search for him. He lived in Bamberg then he moved to Nurnberg. Where is he now, I don't know. But i will recompense you for your time and trouble. I am in New Mexico, do you like turquoise jewelry? I wish to thank you for your time and trouble. My email is gcgray@earthlink.net. if you reach him tell him i am looking forward to another night at the Mondschein and that i am still in Albuquerque, New Mexico. thanks again &take care
george gray
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Pamela Jones Armagost 
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I was born in 16th Field Hospital in 1952 and my sister in 1953. We left for the States in Dec 1953. My parents were CWO Rufus Jones (70th Armored Field Artillery Battalion?) and Barbara Jones. I will be visiting Nuremberg in June and was hoping to visit the hospital but, as I see, it's no longer there. Thanks for sharing the pictures and your memories to bring it alive for me! Does anyone remember my parents? Also, I am searching for my German "nanny," who as of Nov 1954 lived in Nuremberg (I have that address) as I want so much to meet her or family. I understand that German citizens must register each time they move. Can anyone direct me about who to contact in Germany (and I don't speak German) to perhaps backtrack to 1954 to locate her or find out if/when she died? Any ideas from any of you who lived there? Thanks again!
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Janett 
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I am searching for any information regarding my father, Jesse Mitchell. I recently found out that he passed away on 08-30-05 and I beleive that he was still in the Nurnberg area. I have tried to get information from the Army, SSI, Tricare, State Dept. & the consulate in Frankfurt. They were not much help. I would be grateful for any information. Thank you
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Robert Richardson 
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i was born there on March 5, 1986 my dad was stationed there for the army
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Joseph M. Feiser 
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I was stationed at Pinder from 1950 to 1952 and in Sept. 1950 I had my eyes operation on and my tonsils taken out and then it was know as the 16th field Hospital. I use to take things down there to have them autoclaved for the Medical Co. at Pinder Barracks at that time.----Sincerely S/Sgt. Joseph Feiser.
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Ernastene Woods 
sammyw1958@yahoo.com
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Hello to all of you! I was born at Nurnberg Hospital in January 1958. I was an ill baby and at the age of 5 days was airlifted to another hospital to have my left kidney removed. My mother often spoke of the nurses and caring hospital staff that listened to her concerns and helped out her baby.
My father was SSG Rodney Woods and my mother was Betty Woods. We left in the summer of 1959 and returned to Germany in 1963.
GOD BLESS AMERICA and thanks to ALL WHO SERVED and continue to serve our nation.
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Ernastene Woods 
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Hello to all of you! I was born at Nuremberg Hospital in January 1958. I was an ill baby and at the age of 5 days was airlifted to another hospital to have my left kidney removed. My mother often spoke of the nurses and caring hospital staff that listened to her concerns and helped out her baby.
My father was SSG Rodney Woods and my mother was Betty Woods. We left in the summer of 1959 and returned to Germany in 1963.
GOD BLESS AMERICA and thanks to ALL WHO SERVED and continue to serve our nation.
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Mike Peacock 
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I was born here in Feb 1962. My Dad was stioned in Nurnberg at least 3 times in the 50's, 60's and 70's. The last time I was in HS and Elementary school (74-77) in Nurnberg. My Dad worked at Johnson Barracks, Merrell (I believe)...and Monteith. Also left some info on the Johnson barracks site.

If you remember my Dad (SFC Waymon "Wayne" Peacock) or me...would like to hear from you.

Take care.
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William G. Marx 
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I found this page through Google and was elated to see news of the old 130th General Hospital, where I served as the Chaplains Assistant from late December 1970 to January 1972. I am glad to know there is a Website devoted to the hospital, but sorry to hear that it has been demolished. I do remember with great pleasure working with Specialists James Williams (Chapel) and Sterling Townsend (Hospital Printer) and with First Lieutenant (I think) Patricia Wick (Nurse) to restore the fountain during the summer of 1971. The water had been turned off and the fountain itself had long before been turned into a planter, by then much neglected. We got rid of all the dirt, cleaned out the basin and pipes, found out how to get the water running again, and had the fountain up and running in just a few days! It was a real joy then to see the fountain back working as it was intended to, and it is a real joy now to see that it was saved from demolition. For most of the time that I was there, the Chaplain was Lt. Colonel Ralph A. Mehring, who provided the General Protestant services. The Catholic services were provided by Father Patrick J. Fennessey, a civilian contracted priest. From time to time, I also provided assistance for the Saturday Seventh Day Advent Services. A highlight of my time there was directing a touring production of "Waiting for Godot" for Army Special Services. I think that we took the show to about six bases over a number of weekends during March and April 1971.
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Emmit Folsom 
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I was stationed at NAH from April 1979 till June of 1981. I was a shiftleader in the ER under SFG McGinney the WardMaster. Had alot of great times and knew alot of great people. SP/Emmit Folsom third shift NAH. Can't believe it is gone. I lived in the barracks behind the Hospital by the Heliport.

Ken Haussman:
Hey Emmit! I was stationed at NAH from '79 thru '81 and stayed on as a civilian for another year (ICU/CCU) until Teresa's tour ended. Teresa (Terry) and Peggy were great friends and roommates. We were sure you and Peg were getting married. Teresa and I did, are still married and now have 2 grandkids. God, where did the time go!? You may not remember, but you sewed me up on a couple occasions after minor "mishaps." USAHN was a "wild and crazy" place. I found this site on a whim while reminiscing about our army days, the Greek bar/pizza place Ileo's and all the great people we'd known. Sad to see it's all gone. I think I'll get out some of the pics from back then and upload them to the site. There are a couple of you and Peg there too! Be well bro!
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John Vicic 
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Stationed at the hospital from 1965 to 1966. I transfered from 1/22 Arty inZirndorf. Worked in the Med Lab in the back area of the hospital. Remember most of the staff I think like Major Hanlin, Mike Stitts, Bill Fits, Chuck Marques, and others. It was a real nice time, we lived in Fuerth on Zirndofer Strs. I transfered back to San Antone for Advanced Med Lab School in 1966. I still have pictures of the main building, I'll see about up loading some. Sad all the buildings are gone
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Terry Hershey 
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I was born at the hospital on December 31st, 1975. My dad was stationed at the army base in Erlangen. I hope to go back one day soon and visit. Does anyone have advice on where to stay?
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Maritza 
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Hi everyone. I gave birth to my daughter, Jennifer at Nurnberg Army Hospital on Dec. 27, 1975. Returned to the states when she was 5 months old. My ex-husband was a medic stationed at WODK in Furth. His name was Richie Morales.
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Michaeline 
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My Dad was stationed in Germany and I was born in this hospital August 1969. It is too bad they torn it down. Guess I won't see it when I return to Germany one day. I left when I was 6 months old.
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Jean Hutchins 
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I was born in this hospital in November 1955, my brother Paul died in this hospital but was revived and is a healthy grandfather of 3 beautiful grand daughters and 3 handsome grandsons.
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danielle delk 
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i was born here on nov 22 1983 that is all i know trying to find more info on hospital :
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Eddie W Mora 
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i was borne here in Feb21/1965
but this is all i know lol
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Kenneth 
 
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i was born here on aug. 21, 1981. wow i remember absolutely nothing about it.
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Gary Robinson 
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Hi everyone,
I was station at nurnberg hospital in the ER from 1987-1992. it was great duty and had some great dortors and nurses..I miss them all...looking for dr. Z russian doctor.....think he went to launstual army hospital...??

gary:
looking for info on local military ITT info...trips ect:

gary:
e-mail garobinson@cox.net
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Kristin (Perron) Crepeau 
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I was born here November 19th 1971, along with my twin sister Korin. She was actually born in the ambulance just outside the gate from this hospital. My Mom says a big German nurse appeared out of nowhere, and jumped onto the moving ambulance just in time to deliver my sister. My mother's name is Carol and my father's name is Wayne. My Dad was stationed at the Ferris Barracks 1/35 Armor. We left Germany about 2 months later because my father was injured. My mother still talks to a good friend she met there who now lives in Oklahoma.
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Erdapfel 
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Dad stationed here from 61-63. He left 3 mos. short of his tour because my parents lost my infant sister to crib death. Chancellor sent a personal letter and the army flew my parents and me and my sister's body to the states for burial. They did not require him to return.

My mother made many friends while in Germany and subsequently I grew up using German expressions and slang around the house.
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ray carlson 
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Sorry to see my old hospital in Nurnberg was torn down and replaced with condo's and apartments...I was stationed there in 1955-56 while it was the 16th field hospital, APO 696...I don't suppose too many of my old friends are still looking at these websites, but on occasion I do hear from some...what ever became of lst Lt. Thersa Raven of New York state? Anyone from back in that time, please contact me...

Anna Moore Ollinger:
My dad, Arlice J. Moore (Jack) was the Executive Officer there when you were there. He died in 1989 and mother, Anna, died in 1993. I graduated from Nurnberg American High School in 1954. Hope you find Thersa Raven. email: jollinger1@aol.com
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Johnny Powell 
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The army hospital in Nurnberg was my first duty station in Germany. I arrived there in Nov. 1993. I was there when all the barracks were closed down, being in the medical field we were the last ones to leave. I went to nearby Katterbach. I miss and loved these places whil I was there.
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Frans Reijerse 
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OK, Lots of memories (good and bad)of the 130th where I served after being drafted in '72. My career as a trumpet player ended there, but my life as a Social Worker started there, so go figure! I now work FT with the disabled and believe that I owe who I am to having worked with a lot of awesome,caring professionals, who I served with from 72-75. To all of you PEACE ALWAYS! I still have nightmares of freezing my butt off in the dead of winter while on guard duty, in that damn little wooden back-gate shack. Picture your body totally wrapped around a 2 foot crappy little heater all night long, but your boots are on fire! I guess it beats being shot at by Charlie!
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Sally Dehnert 
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My husband was stationed in Erlangen from Jan.69 to June71. We had a son born at the hospital Sept.4,70. I can't believe the hospital is gone. What great memories! I remember being in a 4-bed ward and not being able to have my baby for 24 hours. We have lost touch with everyone from those great days.

Lawrence Miller MD:
Do you remember who delivered your son? I was an OB there 1968-71. I'm registered on the O'Brien Barracks website.Probably saw you there at the 130th some time or another.
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Kim Sherman 
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This is so neat to see this! I was born in the Nurnberg Army Hospital February 4, 1975. My father was in the army and we only lived in Germany for another year and a half or so. My birth certificate is the most complicated looking one I have seen to date. My mother and I have planned a trip to go back and see my birthplace and are leaving in about a week. Apparently I have traveled all over Europe but obviously don't remember a thing. My mother and I are hoping to recapture a little bit of the German experience while we're there!

John Reitan:
Hi Kim
My son Chris was born there on Feb 14 75 I was stationed at the dental clinic on base jwreitan@hotmail.com
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Jeff 
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I was born in this hospital July, 1972. Wondering if anyone knows the protocol to follow to obtain a copy of my German birth certificate? It was lost many years ago. While I do have my US State Dept. birth certificate, I think it'd be neat to have the German certificate too.

zdf_grl:
If you gain the information on how to get a German certificate please post it. I was unaware of the fact that you could. I thought that if you were born in an american hopstial you wouldn't get a German certificate. Well, you definately wouldn't get both cizitenship.

haroldparker54@yahoo.com:
I have the opposite problem. I have my german birth certificate but I don't have an american certificate.
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Larry 
 
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I was stationed at this hospital from february 1961 to june 1962 then was transferred to herzo base dispensary from june1962 until february 1963.Loved the whole area.Knew some great people military and german civilian.Still have an old aerial photo of the hospital taken from a chopper.
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jersey 
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I was born in this hospital nov 9 1980 and am looking for other people born hear between 1979 and 1981. Email me if you were born in this range. I am curious if theres a lot of people curious about their past, like i am

rlabrune@mail.com:
Your looking for people who were born at the hospital, well there lots of babies born then. It was a busy place. I know because I worked in the newborn nursery at that time and we took care of you from the moment you arrived to the day we gave your mother her discharge instructions. The nursery had a wonderful staff and I would have to say it was one of the best jobs and I enjoyed my duty assignment in the nursery.

Randy:
Hey jersey, i was born there in Oct 79 and my brother in Oct 80. What you trying to find out?
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Karlene Rost 
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I believe that my Husband was born at this hospital (September 28, 1978). We are currently planning a trip to Germany previously in hopes to see the hospital. Unfortunately it sounds like we are too late to see it in person. I know that this is a sad situation for all. I would like to find at least some pictures of the hospital before it was tore down. If anyone out there knows where I could find some or if they had some that they were willing to share we would really appreciate to have them. This could at least help fill the gap a little. Best wishes to all. Any information or pictures can be e-mailed to us at akrost@msn.com
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Webmaster 
 
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Received this email today. If anyone could help with this request, please do so.

Hello,
My name is Jenny and my father was stationed at the Nurnberg Army Hospital during his time served with the Army. While he was there he had written letters to the state officials from each American state requesting flags from their state to be sent to him. He gathered almost all of the flags and flagpoles and was scheduling these flags to be placed around the circular drive of the hospital. Well, before this project was completed, he was deployed back to the states, and has not been back to Germany since. We recently discovered that the hospital was torn down and my father was devastated, knowing that he would never be able to see the flags dispayed that he worked so hard to put there. If there is any way possible that you could locate pictures of the flags in the driveway for me, I would be so grateful. I have been looking everywhere, and so has my father. This would be the greatest Father's day gift ever, if I could show him photos of these flags. This means so much to him and now our whole family. Thank you for your time and consideration. I will await your response with great anticipation.
Thank you,
Jenny
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Malachi Jimenez 
 
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I was born in the Nurnberg Army Hospital in 1973. My father, Mariano Jose, was stationed at the US Army Base (not sure which one...) Of course I don't remember much about it but I do know that the only bill they got from the hospital was to get my birth certificate! What happened to the hospital?

James:
The hospital was torn down and replaced with apartments.
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Jim Beimel 
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Was Stationed at the 130th General Hospital in the Pathology Department from about April 72 until June 74. Had a hell of a lot a fun, served my Country and had some great friends. To my friends and my past. Viva la 130th

richard barry blount jr.:
hi all!!- nurnburg was a magical time for me my dad and family moved to fuerth in '70/lived in kalb,then daambach....i loved it!!/the trimdich course/every saturday my father(armydoc)would bring me to his ffice while he did 'rounds', i always got 5 bucks to get canada dry wild cherry soda and 3 or 4 comicbooks from the stars and stripes bookstore/anyone remmber the great barbques they would throw in summer with helicopters and tanks for us kids to play with.-sadly my father, colonel richard barrett ridgway blount died of cancer last easter/i cherish my memories of dad and nurnburg,if anyione remembers me please call:210-646-2352 or email me:jellocard@aol.com- i do have many pix to share, also-anyone remember the grand old haunted mansion near daambach a playgroung for the brats!!
pure magic!!
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John Hardin 
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I attended the SDA church service in the chapel in the Hospital most weeks back in 74 - 76. Looking for others who attended there... I was stationed down the road in Katterback.
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Brian A Day 
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My father David Lee Day was there in the first year of 1976. David Lee Day used to work on tanks at the barracks. My name is Brian A Day born June 8 1976 at the Nurnberg Army Hospital. I lived in Nurnberg for 10 months.
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Don and Cathi Lindsley 
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Our older daughter Margaret Ann (Peggy) was born at the Nurnburg Army Hospital in June 1957.
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LARRY & VICKI OAKUM 
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WE ARE PROUD TO SAY OUR DAUGHTER DEBBIE WAS BORN 11/15/1967 IN THIS HOSPITAL

Mike Dehnert:
Larry, My name is Mike Dehnert and was with HHC 1/35 Armor in Erlangen. I was there from 12/68 to 6/71. I was in Co. Maint., there was a Larry Oakum there for a few months in earlier 1969. Would you be that Larry Oakum? My son was born in 9/4/70 in this hospital.
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Gordon Kurtz 
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I was stationed at WODK from 69-71 with 1st Trans Co. My son was born at this hospital on 4 Nov 70. He was a "premie" and weighed 4lb. 6oz at birth. Got great care from docs,nurses and staff. Sorry to hear it's gone. Have pleasent memories of my time there.

Lawrence Miller MD:
Do you remember who delivered your son? I was an OB there from 1968-71. We've probably met there in the small delivery area and nursery.
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Gary Behymer 
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...my wife Janis volunteered with the Red Cross from July 1969 until May of 1970. We attended the hospital church. I believe Reverand Ballis? was preaching at that time.

I worked for the 511th MI Company...buildings 89, 90 & 91 of the W.O. Darby Kaserne.
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David Santoro 
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Virginia
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I was stationed at Darby Karserne with the Personnel Center during 1976 - 78. I had a girlfriend who was stationed at the hospital. Her name was Sara Andrus. I think she was either a PFC or SP4 at the time. I wonder what has become of her. Anyone know? Thanks
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michael willner 
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was stationed their tdy from aug,1961 to nov,1961. spent three years at erlangen
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Roy A. Robertson 
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I was attached from the US Army Hospital Nurnberg to the 120th Medical Detachment in Erlangen from 1974 - 1978 and assigned to the Operating Room, 98th General Hospital (US Army Hospital Nurnberg)from 1984 - 1985. Would love to hear from anyone who remembers me!

barry blount:
hi!..i am the son of doctor richard b. blount who was a general practice-internal medicine doctor there.we lived in kalb,then daambach and were statoned therefrom 71-75-LOVED IT!!
sadly dad died last easter of cancer, i'd sure lke to hear about my dad if you knew him!email me:jellocard@aol.com, or call collect:210-646-2352
barry blount

Jere Pilver, CRNA:
Hi Roy,I don't remember your name but I worked in the OR from 1984 to 1988 as a civilian nurse anesthetist. I worked with Lance Campbell, Randy Caltrider and Helen Scally and Fred Brockschmidt. I remember Joe Rief and a neat guy from Montieth Barracks with a Hispanic name, possibly Lopez. I transferred over to Landstuhl in 1988 until 1992 then I came back in 2002 in time for the present Iraq war. Best regards, Jere Pilver, CRNA

Jere Pilver:
Addendum: His name was Eddie Lopez.

Greg Peterson:
Yeah Roy,I remember you.I worked at the OR as a civilian.
We played racqetball one time out at Monthieth with Brian DeForrest,I wont forget that.
I still live in NBG.Take care!!
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Peter Petrosky 
 
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Meine Geburtzplatz! Alas, never got to return to the hospital I was born in, April, 1954, and now it is no longer. Dad was a CWO4, stationed in Furth, not certain why I ended up being born in Nuremburg instead. Thanks for giving me a chance to visit it, all these years later.
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Leslie Peterson 
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Hi Really loved the pictures! My husband Scott and I were in Nurnberg in 1974-75. He worked at the Army Hospital there. Alot of memories! A good growing up time.
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I was stationed at the hospital between 1972 and 1975. I worked at the Med ward, the hepatitis unit on the roof and also had a few guys dp boxing on an empty room on the roof. The ward master SFC Smith, Dean was stationed with me here in San Antonio too. I have kept up to several guys that worked with me such as Emilio Mendoza, who worked in the peds ward and also Ray Calderon, who worked in the EENT Clinic. How about Dave De Hoyos who worked as an office clerk.

barry blount jr.:
hi adolfo!! my name is barry blountjr... my dad was a doctor at nurnburg hospital from 71-75,we lived first in kalb then in daambac/on beethoven strasse.my dad was in internal medici withthe 130th, he died recently, i was wondering if u knew him or me ....i live in san antonio also/4908 chaamplain
san antonio
texas78217/ please feel free to call me or email if you want to compare notes and memories im trying to find anyone who knew dad- my cousin,larry smith was a dermatologist there at the same tme also.my phone#210-646-2352 or :jellocard@aol.com
barry
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I was stationed on W2 Peds from 9/77 thru 9/79. The people I worked with and the children and their families changed my life. I will never forget the club Meddico and the old movie house. I am sad to find out that it is gone
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Stationed at the hospital from 79-82 (orthopedics). Met many great people American and German. Fondest memeories are A club called Drohnland and the little Greek resturant down the street, and working for Dr. Toon.

Emmit Folsom:
Hi Skip I was stationed there from April of 79 till June of 81 and remember Dr Toon very well he wrote a letter for me to get into PA school. I was a shiftleader in the ER on nightshift. Ilios was the name of the resturant down the street I was a SP/6 at the time.
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CW4(Ret) Robert G. Smithson 
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Lived in the closest stairwell to the female billets, 1st floor from fall of '76 to Nov '78 and assigned to 2ACR. Loved every minute of it. Is the hospital building still standing? I think maybe not.

Eddie:
The only thing left standing is the fountain that was in front of the building.
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Nicole Beadenkpf 
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i was born in this hospital march 3rd 1979, to a woman named joyce beandekopf, daughter of james beadenkopf. i was given up for adoption. my father was stationed in germany his name is charles kirby, nickname "fly" i am searching for him
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john gillette 
 
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i was a patient at the nurnber army hospital in 1973. it was when my parents came over to germany for a couple of weeks to visit me. they mostly saw the army hospital while they were there.
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Bobby Griffith 
 
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Never had the pleasure of having to go there and I'm glad I didn't.

I think maybe one time I did get some shots there, to get my shot record up to date.
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Been there many times. Always a good experiance.

Eddie Pierce:
I had to go to the Army Hospital there in Nürnberg once. They took pretty good care of me.
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Billy D 
 
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Great care received at this hospital.
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