Edmondite Stanley Kunc poses with an unidentified woman sometime during 1945. Kunc was a member of the 45th Infantry Division and saw more than 500 days of combat during World War II. Kunc landed on Anzio Beach in Italy and fought his way north to Munich with the 45th Division. Outside of Munich, the 45th helped liberate the Dachau concentration camp. After the war, Kunc returned to Edmond and worked in various family businesses. He married Kathryn Alcorn in 1980 at the age of 60. In retirement, Kunc was passionate about preserving Edmond’s history and was involved in the creation of the Edmond Historical Society & Museum in 1985.

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