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Cullum Files

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Class Notes

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Memorial Page Explained

What can I see and find?

Be Thou At Peace: left column on page (pc view)

This listing shows those individuals for whom we have received a death notice in the last 30 days. The listing shows the information that was submitted to WPAOG. Click on a grad’s name to go to his/her Memorial page.

To leave a public testimonial, begin typing in the box below Add New Comment. When finished, click Post As… You will be required to provide your email address and name to maintain the integrity and intent of the Memorial pages. This information will not be used for any other purposes. (You also have the option of using a personal social media login if you choose.) If you wish to receive notification each time further testimonials are posted, you must check the box that says “Subscribe to all comments by email.” If you wish to stop these emails you must click “Stop receiving notifications” at the bottom of the email.Please refer to our Terms of Use regarding testimonials that you post.

• Memorial Articles: middle column on page (pc view)

This listing shows names of individuals for whom a Memorial Article was posted or corrected in the last 30 days. Click on a grad’s name, to go to his/her Memorial page.Memorial Articles are being loaded most recent first, with the goal of the most recent decade being online before the end of the year.

• Search Function: right column on page (pc view)

Using this function, you may search for a grad by:
—first name 
—last name
—class year 
—Cullum Number
…and you may combine information. For example, you can type in a grad’s last name and class year, or just a grad’s first and last name. You can even search for a grad by just using their Cullum Number. The more information you provide the better match you will get when you search.

When you search by just class year, the results will list everyone who is deceased in that class. A red asterisk * by a name indicates that the grad listed has a Memorial Article that has been published.

If you see a statement such as “Memorial article found at 1947 Nov/Dec 1947 ASSEM,” you may find the articles in the USMA Library Archives. Please note that only ASSEMBLY magazines from 1942-1993 are archived at the library. The articles will eventually all be loaded onto these Memorial pages, but if you require one after 1993 that isn’t posted yet –please contact us.

If you find errors in any of the details such as date of death, interment information, etc. please send a correction to Marilee Meyer.