Fallen World War II soldier from Kenosha identified as Staff Sergeant Casimir Lobacz
KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The remains of a World War II soldier killed in action have now been identified as a Kenosha man.
The defense POWMIA accounting agency reports Staff Sergeant Casimir Lobacz was serving in France in 1944.
He was part of the "Lorraine Campaign" when his unit was attacked at Fort Driant.
Lobacz was finally accounted for in March, thanks to DNA analysis.
He will now be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.