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Ernie Micka Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Ernie Micka.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

My war hero buddy Ernie Micka passed away at age 102. Ernie served every day of WWII, fighting the Nazis in North Africa, then Sicily, and ultimately sent to Normandy on D-Day + 2. 🎙Here’s our recent
chat: #GreatestGeneration #GodBlessAmerica

We lost a true hero: 102 year old #WWII #Army #Veteran Ernie Micka. Our friendship began with Ernie on our 2018 “All WWII Veteran” Flight (and note-he was 100 years old when he flew with us). From then, he became one of our major recruiters and entertainers at each event we had.

He was 1 of the 16 million who served in WWII…and, he gave up 5 years of his young life to fight for a freedom that we all enjoy to this day.

We have lost a true hero, 102 year old WWII Army Veteran Ernie Micka. Our friendship and journey began with Ernie on our 2018 “All WWII Veteran” Flight…..and note, he was 100 years old when he flew with us. From that moment, he became one of our major recruiters and entertainers at each event we had. Everyone that met Mr. Ernie fell in love with him…he was humble, proud, and a true gentleman. Our last event with Ernie was his 102nd Birthday….and, wow what a party in his front yard. We are not only indebted to him for his service to our country, but also for giving so much of his time to us.

Ernie served in the Army for the entirety of the United States’ involvement in World War II. He was in the initial invasion of North Africa in 1942. He survived multiple bombing attempts from German planes. And although he was not part of the initial waves of troops that landed on the beaches of Normandy, France, on D-Day 75 years ago, he and his 9th Infantry Division arrived shortly thereafter to help swing the war in the Allies’ favor. His 9th Infantry Division and the 1st Infantry Division saw every minute of World War II.

Ernie, we salute you and your dedicated service. May you Rest In Peace Sir…and know we are all honored to call you friend

There are times in life you know you are meeting someone special, and here’s my proof. WWII Veteran Ernie Micka who passed away yesterday at 102. I got to know him on an Honor Flight and through subsequent stories at WHAS, then programs at the Frazier. 5 years in WWII. Humble, Hero, Greatest Generation. Thank you Chief for sharing your wisdom with me

Rest In Peace to a true warrior, lifelong Louisvillian, and lovely gentleman. First Sergeant Ernie Micka fought every day of WWII, spending over five years in the army as part of the 15th Engineers, 9th Infantry Division. He saw every campaign with the division, from North Africa to Berlin and received the Bronze Star Medal. At 102 years young, I had the privilege to meet with Ernie several times at length. He was always smiling and loved to talk about his time overseas. He will be truly missed.

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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