WWII Army Air Forces Schnorenberg, William

promoted from warrant officer to chief warrant officer entered service October 1941; overseas since November 1942 photo, at Thunderbolt fighter base in England bronze star medal has been awarded to Chief Warrant Officer William H. Schnorenberg for designing and developing three labor-saving devices used in servicing airplanes at an 8th air force fighter station in England. He has been serving there as an assistant engineering officer. Award presented for meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services.  Graduate of Columbia Academy, Dubuque, Iowa with the class of 1936. Was employed by American Cabinet Hardware before entering the military service in October, 1941.  He won his appointment of warrant officer last September his wife, the former Mae Stenling, daughter of Mrs. William Stenling, 1407 15th Ave., resides with her mother while he is overseas.

William H. Schorenberg

Source: Rockford Morning Star 8/20/1944