Click on the image above to view the Hackensack Heroes memorial.



Willard Francis Pullen photo is on the Hackensack Heroes memorial which was assembled by the citizens of Hackensack shortly after the Great War's end.

We do not know at this time, May 17, 2011, how
Willard Francis Pullen gave his life during his service in
World War I

We do know according to the December 11, 1918 article linked below, that Willard F. Pullen was severely wounded in action on November 10, 1918.  The next day the Great War ended
November 11, 1918.

Let us not forget his sacrifice.


Click here to view the certificate issued in memory of Willard F. Pullen noting his death on the day the Armistice was signed to end hostilities during World War I on the 11th hour, of the 11th day,
of the 11th month of 1918.

Click here to view the gravestone in Warwick Cemetery in
Warwick County Massachusetts paying tribute to Willard Francis Pullen most likely put up by family members. His body according to a note on
this website claims the body is still in France where Willard Francis Pullen was originally put to rest.

May we never forget his supreme sacrifice.

Click here to view material researched on Willard F. Pullen
on November 15, 2017 by George Hedges HHS Class of 1973 .

Background image is of Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, which is the largest American military cemetery in Europe, the burial site of 14,246
United States service members who died in the war to end all wars obtained from: