Rank and organization: Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army, 353d Infantry,
89th Division. Place and date. Near Limey, France, 12 September 1918. Entered
service at: Denver, Colo.
Birth: New York, N.Y. G.O. No.: 16, W.D., 1919.
Citation: Advancing with his platoon during the St. Mihiel offensive, he
was severely wounded in 4 places by the bursting of a high-explosive shell.
Before receiving any aid for himself he dressed the wounds of his orderly,
who was wounded at the same time. He then ordered and accompanied the further
advance of his platoon, although weakened by the loss of blood. His right
hand and arm being disabled by wounds, he continued to fire his revolver
with his left hand until, exhausted by loss of blood, he fell and died
from his wounds before aid could be administered.
This data was extracted from the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, U.S. Senate, Medal of Honor Recipients: 1863-1973 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1973)