Army Nurse played important role in Patton’s 3rd Army during Battle of Bulge

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1st Lt. Marcella Zaborac of Englewood, Fla. is pictured as an Army nurse in her mid 20s during World War II. She served with the 110 Evacuation Hospital in Europe.

1st Lt. Marcella Zaborac of Englewood, Fla. came ashore on Normandy beach in August 1944 with Gen. George Patton. She served as a nurse with the 110th Evacuation Hospital in “Ol’ Blood-N-Guts” 3rd Army that fought its way across France and into Germany during World War II.

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  1. The 110th landed on Utah beach in Normandy on 25 Aug 1944. From my mother’s (Kedrann O. Wood) 110th Evac book. The book lists her as Marcella rector of Shattuck, OK.

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