Robert Glenn Campbell was born at Alcoa, Tennessee, the son of Glenn Alvin Campbell and Clara B. Galbraith.
He is buried at Luxembourg American Cemetery, Plot B, 3, 9
The Knoxville Journal, March 18, 1945
Pfc. Robert G. Campbell, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Campbell of Alcoa, has been buried in an Army cemetery in Luxembourg following his death in action Jan. 20, while fighting with the Third Army in the Siegfried Line, according to a letter from his chaplain recently received by his parents. Formerly an Aluminum Company of America employe, Private Campbell entered service Jan. 15, 1943, and took his basic training at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, Ark. He was assigned to an Army Specialized Training Program unit and sent to University of Kentucky. During his nine months there, he stood second in his class. At the Partial dispersement of het ASTP, Campbell was transferred to Infantry. Private Campbell went overseas in August, 1944, and after a brief stay in England and Scotland, he went to France and joined the Third Army. An Alco High School graduate in the class of 1941, he held the Expert Infantryman Badge.
Photo Courtesy; Carolyn Golowka
- Rank: Private First Class
- Date of birth: 21 April 1923
- Date of death: 20 January 1945
- County: Blount
- Hometown: Alcoa
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: 302nd Infantry Regiment, 94th Infantry Division
- Theater: Europe
- Conflict: World War II
- Awards: Purple Heart, Expert Infantryman Badge
- Burial/Memorial Location: Luxembourg American Cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
- Location In Memorial: Pillar VI, Bottom Panel
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