Jennifer Holik has more than 20 years of research and writing experience, has published 11 books, numerous articles, and educational courses. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Jennifer offers expert World War II, genealogical, and historical research services. She provides clients with detailed and fully cited reports with documents, record analysis, and suggestions for further research. She has the rare expertise to locate, analyze, and interpret World War II records across all branches, reconstruct service history, document where a soldier was throughout service, provide details on combat experience, and when necessary, document the death and burial of a soldier. Connecting the dots and piecing together multiple puzzle pieces of a soldier’s story is Jennifer’s specialty. Jennifer can write and publish a book about your family or soldier.
In addition to research and writing, Jennifer speaks across the Chicagoland area at genealogy societies, libraries, Rotary groups, corporations, and other venues. Her current program topics include beginning genealogy, youth genealogy, and World War II.
Jennifer’s passion is writing the stories of families, particularly men and women of World War II. She has published several books and guides on these topics.
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