Anne Kathleen “Kay” Cullen
11 Woodbine Avenue, Larchmont

Age: 26
Attended the Ursuline School, Georgian Court College, the Art Students League and the Traphagen School of Design
Red Cross Volunteer
Kay Cullen was killed on December 20, 1944, in Antwerp, Belgium when a stray projectile hit the building where she was staying. She had been assisting with the evacuation of soldiers wounded in the Battle of the Bulge.

Click here to see the video clip of her story from,
Medicine Under Canvas:  A Documentary of the 77th Evacuation Hospital,
made by Dan Ginivan and released by the University of Kansas Medical Center.

WWII Red Cross Clubmobiles and Kay Cullen

We recently received a digital book from a gentleman in Spain about the WWII Red Cross Clubmobiles. Kay Cullen, one of the Park's honorees, was serving on one when she was killed in a bomb explosion at the hospital in Belgium where she was staying. He also sent an image of a postcard her group sent the family of one of the soldiers.


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Also see the Battle of the Bulge display