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CPL Robert Sebring, US Marine, KIA Saipan, WWII
26 July, 1944 | Saipan
CPL Robert Sebring of FARMERS Valley was "Killed in Action" 26 July, 1944 in SAIPAN. He was protecting a Navajo Code Talker.
Killed in Action: July 26, 1944
Chuck Roberts, Cattleman's Steakhouse
2012 | Prescott, AZ
Chuck Robert's; Chuck displays this Plaque honoring our Hero Marine CPL Robt. Sebring KIA, 1944 guarding a Navajo Code Talker.
Cattlemans Steakhouse Bar and Grill
669 E. Sheldon St., Prescott,AZ,86301
The Cattlemans Bar and Grill was originally established in 1910 as the Santa Fe Bar. The Saloon stood close to the Santa Fe Depot near North Cortez and Sheldon Streets. The weary passengers would leave the trains and "cool their heels" at the bar, and stay at the next door Bucky O' Neil's Hotel. Through the years things changed at the Santa Fe Bar, including during prohibition. It was then called the Santa Fe Buffet, which served food instead of alcohol. Though from old photos, it certainly looks like you could have sneaked a drink. The Santa Fe changed hands through the years, changing names and owners along the way. In the 1950's it was known as the "Esquire". Eventually becoming the Cattleman's in the 1960's. In 1984, local businessman *** Chuck Roberts *** bought the beloved watering hole, and started its major transformation into a steakhouse. Over the next few years, he started to make the place more "respectable" and to offer outstanding food. As years went by, it became known for its excellent steaks, and its down-home service and bar staff. It stayed a hole in the wall, a place favored by locals, and history seeking tourists. In October of 2001 it was time to leave the historic building and relocate to a bigger place of business at 669 E. Sheldon St. After 26 years of business owner Chuck Roberts, and son Chef/Manager Scott Roberts have turned a small hole in the wall business into a staple in Prescott dining. If you ask most locals, The Cattlemans is the place to have a great steak.
Personally, This is the BEST place to find the most tender and delicious, well presented steak! Then the Menu just gets better from there :) I rate it a 10! Barbi Ennis Connolly WWII Historical Resrarcher and Historian for the 319th and 321st Bomb Groups in the 57th Bomb Wing, B-25 Mitchells in the MTO.