There are 132 Steins registered at the website, is your dad among them?
> > The National WWII Memorial was dedicated in Washington, DC earlier
> > year. I looked at their website a few weeks ago and found that you can
> > register any American who contributed to the war effort, either in the
> > forces or on the home front (civil defense, shipyards, factories that
> > supplied the troops, etc.) A photo can be included (either from the
> > years or more recent), as well as a blurb about their service
> > arrange the info into a pretty nice printable certificate, and store
> > permanently on the website.
> > Since a few members of the group are WWII vets, and many more are
> > children and grandchildren, I thought there might be some interest in
> > registering those who served. The home page is www.wwiimemorial.com.
> > on WWII Registry, then on Register an Honoree to list yourself or your
> > relative.
> > To view examples (the ones I registered), click on WWII Registry,
> > Search the Registry, type Matlosz into the Last Name field, click
> > then select Anthony, Augustine, or Tadeus (my father and uncles).
> > It's a great opportunity to honor our "Greatest Generation".
> > Buddy