He was stationed in Hawaii, Guam, the Philippine Islands and Japan. In 1952, he stood Honor Guard for then-President Harry S. Truman when he visited the Coast Guard Academy. He retired in September 1988 as a Chief Warrant Officer after 37 years of active ... (Buffalo News)
He trained at the Great Lakes Naval Station before assignment to Pacific Fleet Headquarters, Honolulu, Hawaii. Between 1942 and 1946, he served in Adm. Chester Nimitz’s fleet communications section, transcribing incoming coded messages from the Pacific ... (Sioux City Journal)
He also lived in Crescent City, California, Soccoro, New Mexico, Honolulu, Hawaii, and Agana, Guam. He is survived by his four loving children, Karen (Bob) Buckner, Connie (Eldon) Little, Thomas (Julianne) Lassen, Andrea (Butch) Mayer; and his devoted ... (Daily Courier)
daughters, Myrna Alexis Plaugher of Lujah, Hawaii, and Marium Theresa Trefren of Cheyenne ... Please send donations to the American Cancer Society. This is a paid obituary. (Wyoming Tribune-Eagle News)
During this time they also traveled extensively throughout the United States, including Hawaii, also Canada and Europe. In 1992, they retired and moved to Kamiah ID where they and their children built a beautiful three story log home overlooking the ... (The Spokesman-Review)
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