Williams became almost a national symbol of repatriation for veterans. Forgotten for 94 years at the oregon state hospital, where he died and was cremated, he was finally being remembered and laid to.
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Abandoned WWII Vets’ Remains Laid To Rest Reporting Kathy Curran WORCESTER (WBZ) Click to enlarge The remains of two World War II veterans are laid to rest after spending decades in dark basements. WBZ . The remains of two World War II veterans that were abandoned and left in dark closets and basements are finally getting the respect they.
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OSHKOSH, Wis. (WBAY)-A World War I veteran whose remains went unclaimed was laid to rest on Monday as part of a Memorial Day service in Oshkosh. A hearse carries the remains of Arthur Mees in the.
Last service, 18 veterans were laid to rest, including one who passed away in 1949. Draughon says he doesn’t know how many unclaimed veterans remain. "I’m just going to say hundreds," he said.
Montanaro, 96, of Carson City, is one of about 2,000 Merchant Marines still alive out of the 250,000 or so who served during World War II, and one of only four who live in Nevada. So when he saw the name of one of his comrades on the list of 27 veterans whose remains had been unclaimed, he wanted to be the one to lay his comrade to rest.
Unclaimed remains of war veterans laid to rest at Lake Worth. – Unclaimed remains of war veterans laid to rest at Lake Worth cemetery.. Those veterans, who served in World War I and II, and the Korean and Vietnam wars, were laid to rest at the South Florida.
FERNLEY, Nev. (KOLO) –They served our county, but for decades, the remains of 27 veterans were unclaimed at Walton’s Mortuary in Fernley, Nevada. They served in World War I, World War II, Korea.