Navy Jack Darlington Barron
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II
  • Attended the Naval Reserve Aviation Base at Anacostia, Washington, D.C.
  • Class of 1939
Service WW II
Jack Darlington Barron

Peter J. Chrustowski 
  • U.S. Army
  • World War II
  • Pfc.Paratrooper
  • Deployment: European Theater, Normandy, Ardennes Northern France & Rhineland
  • Received 2 Purple Heart Awards as well as the Presidential Citation; among many other awards
  • Class of 1940
Service: 1940-1945
Pete Chrustowski 


William Leonard Crosson
  • U.S. Army Air Force
  • First Lieutenant 
  • Bombardier of a B-24 Liberator heavy bomber.
  • Class of 1939

Service WWII

Wm L. Crosson 
Wm L. Crosson        Wm L. Crosson
Edward Hugh Lillya
  • U.S.Navy
  • World War II
  • Captain
  • Enlisted as an aviation cadet
  • Served as an instructor pilot for B29's
  • Class of 1939
Service WWII 1942-1945

     Lillya, Edward
 Edward Lillya
Army  Murdock Kendrick List

  • U.S.Army Air Force
  • Attended Flexible Gunnery School, Laredo Army Air Field, Laredo Texas
  • Member of the AAF Training Command
  • Graduated from Seymour Johnson Field, N.C Technical School
  • Class of 1939
Service WWII
Murdock K. List 
Murdock K. List 
Samuel S. Loper
  • U.S.Army
  • World War II
  • Technician Fifth Class
  • Served with the 462nd Amphibious Truck Company
  • MIA declared dead on April 28, 1944
  • Circumstances of death attributed to..."Missing in action or lost or buried at sea:.
  • Memorialized: Tablets of the Missing Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, England
  • Awards: 
    Purple Heart
    World War II Victory Medal
    American Campaign Medal
    Army Presidential Unit Citation
    Army Good Conduct Medal
    European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign
  • Class of 1939

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Navy David Allen Mulford, Sr. 
  • U.S.Navy
  • World War II
  • Graduate of Wesleyan Naval Flight Preparatory School, Middletown, Conn.
  • Class of 1939
Service WWII - 3 years
David Allen Mulford