April Bandstand Flag For Lyle Glenn Panno

Lyle Glenn Panno

Lyle Glenn Panno

April 2018
Lyle Glenn Panno
October 6, 1918 – March 24, 2017
United States Army
Sergeant
The flag flying over the bandstand during April is in honor of Lyle Glenn Panno.
Lyle was inducted into the Army, March 19, 1942, at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. He departed for the Pacific Theater July 8, 1944. He served in the Anti-aircraft Artillery Search Battalion and took part in the battles in the Northern Solomons Islands and Luzon. He was award the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with a Bronze Star, a Good Conduct Medal, the American Theater Service Ribbon, and Asiatic – Pacific Theater Service Ribbon.
Following his discharged, Jan. 1946, Lyle moved to Fargo N.D. where he attended auto school and later taught there. After leaving the school, Lyle continued working in the auto industry and later worked for a plumbing company in Madelia, MN. Lyle worked construction for a few years and later served ten years with the Minnesota Highway Department. Lyle and Myrna moved to Oskaloosa in 1973 and he went to work at Rollscreen in Pella. Lyle retired Dec. 23, 1983.
If you are interested in flying the flag of a veteran above the bandstand, contact Shawn Langkamp at Langkamp Funeral Chapel & Crematory at 641-672-2181 or www.langkampfuneralchapel.com contact Us Link.

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