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Bayard Memorial Chapel

218 West 8th
Bayard, NE 69334
(308) 586-1611
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Last Salute - Carroll Daily Times Herald

Monday, April 03, 2017

Corn Belt Power Cooperative was dedicated in Schumacher’s honor in 2014 for his long service to the cooperative industry.In 2012, when Coon Rapids dedicated its Veterans Memorial west of Coon Rapids-Bayard High School, Schumacher was there, front and center, wearing the Army uniform assigned to him in 1944.For years he used a pair of German binoculars he found during the war. His walls are adorned with photos and drawings and memories of the war. Schumacher, near the end of that 2013 interview, said he thinks often of the men who didn’t come home and marry their high school loves, who gave the years of life he enjoyed since World War II to their country.“It seemed like we were always on the attack,” Schumacher said. “When they say, ‘How many people did you see die?’… Well, they just disappeared.”...

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Last Salute - Carroll Daily Times Herald

Monday, April 03, 2017

Corn Belt Power Cooperative was dedicated in Schumacher’s honor in 2014 for his long service to the cooperative industry.In 2012, when Coon Rapids dedicated its Veterans Memorial west of Coon Rapids-Bayard High School, Schumacher was there, front and center, wearing the Army uniform assigned to him in 1944.For years he used a pair of German binoculars he found during the war. His walls are adorned with photos and drawings and memories of the war. Schumacher, near the end of that 2013 interview, said he thinks often of the men who didn’t come home and marry their high school loves, who gave the years of life he enjoyed since World War II to their country.“It seemed like we were always on the attack,” Schumacher said. “When they say, ‘How many people did you see die?’… Well, they just disappeared.”...