Clarence L. Zerbe's Ike Jacket

This is a nice 83rd Infantry / 8th Armored Division uniform set Identified to Clarence L. Zerbe. It includes his Ike Jacket, his Trousers and his Overseas Cap. The flyer from the family Estate Auction gives the name which jives with his inscription in the Jacket with first letter of last name and last 4 digits of the Serial Number (Z 8446).
The Jacket still has the original insignia sewn to it, including on his left sleeve, the 8th Armored Division patch with the "Thundering Herd" tab attached to it. The tab is crudely made which leads me to believe it might be theater-made,
the T/5 chevron, three Overseas Service Bars and one Service Stripe for a 3-year period of service. On his right sleeve he has his former combat unit patch of the 83rd Infantry Division and the T/5 chevron. Above the right-hand pocket is his Ruptured Duck, his Honorable Discharge Emblem. Above the left-hand pocket there are Service Ribbons for the Good Conduct Medal, the American Campaign Medal, the European African Middle-Eastern Campaign Medal with four Bronze Campaign Stars and the World War II Victory Medal. There are also a US collar disc on the right side and the service disk for Field Artillery on the left side. His overseas cap has the Field Artillery piping and also a Field Artillery collar disc.