George Weidensall – After George left the service, he worked as a machinist. Eventually, he went into management and sales. The last fifteen years of his working career, he went into construction. This way he would stay in shape physically, for motorcycle racing. After reaching the age of seventy, he retired from work.
He lives in Beckley, West Virginia.
Raymond Fish – The first year after his discharge, Raymond worked for the Ashland Oil Company in Canton, Ohio. It was during this time he married a girl from his high school class. Their marriage produced five children.
In the fall of 1953, Raymond enrolled in The Ohio State University, where he graduated in 1959 with a degree in DVM. After thirty-six years of practice, he retired.
After his wife passed away, he remarried. He currently lives in Winchester, Virginia.
Richard “Dick” Franklin – Last known, Dick was living in Waco, Texas.
Joseph Marlett – While at Fort Knox, Kentucky, Joseph retired from the U.S. Army in 1968. He took a job as manager at the South Park Country Club in Fairdale, Kentucky. Two years later he went to work at International Harvester in Louisville, Kentucky.
In 1976 he purchased a small farm near Marysville, Indiana where he lived for twenty-three years until his wife, Margaret, passed away.
He remarried Marita King-Phipps in 2001, sold his farm, and moved to Wentzville, Missouri. There they live today.
Harold Selley – Harold was assigned to the Medical Department of the Recruiting Station in Indianapolis, Indiana. After he was discharged, he stayed in Indianapolis and attended Butler University. There he received a B.S. Degree. He then went on to Illinois Wesleyan University, where he obtained his masters in Chemistry.
While teaching high school science in Illinois, he met and married another teacher. In 1962 they moved to Florida where he taught chemistry and physics. After retiring from the public school system, Harold taught eleven years in a Christian high school in St. Petersburg. He taught for a total of forty-three years.
He does Christian volunteer work.
He and his wife have five children. Currently they live in Punta Gorda, Florida.
George Porter – Last known, George is living in Florida.
Robert “Bob” Bouterse – Robert passed away on April 9, 2010 at Bay Pines, Florida.
Fred Connolly – Fred was discharged from the U.S. Army on August 4, 1952. After working for the New York Transit Police thirty-eight years, he retired.
After retiring, he and his wife moved to Turnersville, New Jersey. They have one son and one daughter.
Richard “Joe” Johannes – After leaving the Army in 1953, Joe attended the adult education program to complete high school. In 1955, he re-enlisted. After two tours in Viet Nam and three tours in Germany, he retired as a Master Sergeant on July 30, 1980. He had twenty-eight and a half years of service.
He went to work for the Civil Service and retired in 1985 as a G-11 Training Surpervisor.
He and his wife live in Lawton, Oklahoma.
Jack Anderson – Jack retired from the Army with twenty-four years of active service. He retired with the rank of MSGT. After retiring, he took a job as a firefighter, which he did for fifteen years.
He and his wife Betty live in Everett, Washington. They have two sons and one daughter.
Dillon Staas – After leaving the Army, Dillon attended college for two years. He went to work at a shop until he landed a job with the postal service. There he held the positions of clerk, clerk foreman, route examiner, carrier foreman, and Postmaster of a small town post office, before retiring.
He and his wife have been married fifty-eight years and have eight children. They live in Lima, Ohio.
Dillon enjoys writing poems, of which some are in various publications.
Lloyd Paul Summers – After being discharged from the USMC, Paul returned home to Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Here he went to work at the Letterkenny Army Depot. After working for thirty-seven and a half years, he retired in 1984.
His wife Doris passed away in 2001. They have three daughters.
He still resides in Waynesboro and is active in his church.
Robert “BJ” Johnson – A month after returning from Korea, he and Arlee Curtice were married. He worked for thirty-seven years in the wholesale automotive industry. Then he worked in the National Parks for eleven years. His last five years of work was in the tourist industry.
After retiring, he and Arlee moved to Meza, Arizona, where they live today.
Carroll Everist – After leaving the Army, Carroll attended Hamilton School of Commerce in his hometown of Mason City, Iowa. He became a bookkeeper. However, he only did this for a short time before re-enlisting on February 28, 1954. He was sent to cook school at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Due to being an ex-POW, the Army wasn’t able to send him overseas, so they put him on medical retirement.
After two years of being a hotel cook, he became a door-to-door insurance salesman. However, he would later become an ordained minister, where he pastored in Indiana, Illinois, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
He and his wife Dixie make their home in Mulvane, Kansas. They have three daughters and one son.
Joseph Lloyd Wosser, Jr. - In August of 1944, he married MaryHelen Brother. In 1963, he retired from the USMC as a Lt. Colonel. His last duty was in the Office of Naval Research, where he worked on some of the first technical papers on the GEM (Ground Effect Machine), or the hovercraft.
He and MaryHelen live in Lincoln, California. They have four daughters.
Eric Hanney – Eric passed away on August 22, 2010 in Thousand Oaks, California.
Tom Enos – In January of 1952, Tom was released from active duty from the Marine Corps. In August of that year, he married his high school sweetheart—Doris Hauptfueherer.
Tom returned to college at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California, where he graduated with a B.S. Degree in Air Conditiong and Refrigeration Engineering. After working in the air conditiong and refrigeration industry for nearly thirty-seven years, he retired.
He and Doris live in Laughlin, Nevada. They have four sons and one daughter.
Forrest O’Neal – On September 20, 1952, while still in the Marine Corps, Forrest and Alice Gray were married in Little Rock, Arkansas. After leaving the Corps, he attended college on the GI Bill.
Receiving two degrees in education, he taught and coached for thirty-three years in Missouri. He then worked for the State of Missouri, in Jefferson City, for eleven years.
He and Alice live in Rolla, Missouri. They have one daughter.
Victor Shepherd – Victor went back to Akron, Ohio after leaving the Corps and went to work in a lab at a local hospital. There he met his future wife. After they were married they moved to southern California so Victor could go back to school.
After his wife became ill, he left school and got a job as a senior chemist in a research lab. He transferred to New Jersey, and then a year later transferred to Cincinnati, Ohio. Here he was responsible for sales in thirty-three states, and had five distributors working for him.
When he reached the age of sixty-three in 1995, he retired.
He still resides in Cincinnati.
Robert Harbula – After leaving the Corps, he tried to get a job as a security guard at a local atomic energy plant. However, he was turned down because he was only twenty-one. The job required for one to be twenty-five. It didn’t matter that for the past four years of his life he had guarded the President at different functions, and at Shangri-La (now Camp David), along with being a machine-gunner in five campaigns of the Korean War. So, he worked in the financial industry for twenty years and owned a sales franchise for another twenty years.
He and his wife, of fifty-six years, live in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. They have four daughters and one son.
Jack Chapman – In January of 1955 Jack tried to re-enlist in the Army, but failed the physical. So, he tried the Air Force and was successful. While in the Air Force, he finished high school and four years of college.
He retired from the Air Force and accepted an administrative position at a college. Where he taught Law Enforcement and was the colleges Police Chief. Twenty-one years later, he retired.
He and his wife live in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Rex Raymond – Last known, Rex was living in Washington.
Robert Grass – After leaving the Marine Corps, he returned to Evansville, Indiana and returned to work at A.D.T. Robert worked there until November of 1959, then he entered the ministry.
He and Vernia live in Owensboro, Kentucky. They have four daughters.
Brooks Outland – He retired from the U.S. Navy on November 1, 1973, as a Senior Chief Yeoman. He then went to work in the U.S. Government Civil Service, as Manpower Analyst, in Pensacola, Florida. Brooks was responsible for projecting total number of students and support personnel for all Navy training commands. In 1976 he retired.
He lives in Hawaii, where he is Supervisor of Volunteers aboard the USS Missouri.
Janice Feagin Britton – Using the GI Bill, Janice attended Boston University where she received her Masters and Post Masters Degree. She took a job at Pensacola Junior College, where she organized an Associate Degree Nursing Program—the first in the state of Florida.
She then went to Battle Creek, Michigan, where she did the same. Three years later, Janice moved to Mobile, Alabama. Here she volunteered as a Presbyterian Medical Missionary and went to Campinas, Brazil for three years.
After returning stateside, she accepted a position at a predominantly Black College to start a program for LPN’s, who wanted to become RN’s. The college was under a court order to integrate and have more white students.
Since her retirement in 1982, she lived in Africa while working for the Peace Corps.
She currently lives in Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Charles Toole – He retired in October of 1967, after twenty-fours of military service. He then moved to Pompano Beach, Florida where he went to work for the Fannie May Candy Company. He was the company’s Florida representative. They were headquartered in Chicago. In 1991 he transferred to the home office and retired.
He and Jan, currently live in Wausau, Wisconsin. They have four daughters.
Douglas Voss – After retiring from the U.S. Navy in 1969 he moved to Jacksonville, Florida. In 1970 he went to work for the U.S. Postal Service in the accounting and financial department. After twenty years, Douglas retired.
He still resides in Jacksonville, Florida.
Mario “Tony” Faiella – After leaving the Marine Corps, Tony and his brother went into a partnership. They bought a garage business. Six years later, Tony had his back fused. He then became a Sheriffs Deputy/Jailer and attended a criminal justice school where be obtained an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. For fourteen years he was a North Carolina Magistrate in Carteret County.
He does volunteer work at the senior center helping with Meals on Wheels.
He lives in Hampstead, North Carolina. Tony has one daughter.
Raymond Cesaretti – When Raymond left the Marine Corps he attended college where he graduated with a degree for an elementary school teacher. He taught fifth, seventh, and eighth grades. After teaching for thirty-four years, he retired in 1989.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings, he swims a mile at a local gym.
He and his wife currently live in Eureka, California.
Floyd “Gene” Combs – After retiring from the U.S. Navy in 1967, Gene moved to central Florida where he leased several gasoline stations. He ran a service station training center for an Arkansas oil company. When it merged with a major company, he went to work for the state of Florida in the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Then in 1980 he worked a few years in the real estate business, but decided to retire when he reached the age of sixty. However, a few months after retiring, he went to work at a local electric power company in their security department. Reaching the age of seventy-one, he retired for good.
He and Wanda live in Deltona, Florida. They have four sons and one daughter.
Donald Thomas – After twenty years of service, Donald retired from the U.S. Army in 1967. Under the GI Bill he completed two years of college. For the next twenty years, he worked as an insurance claims adjuster for the California State Auto Association in Merced, California.
In 1984 he began to write about his experiences in Korea. After retiring, he continued to write. During the summer of 2003, Donald began writing weekly for the California Mid-Valley Publications, Merced, Atwater, and Winton Times Newspapers.
He still resides in Merced, California.
John Rick Kennedy – In 1953, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from Indiana University. After graduating he went to work for the Reynolds Metal Company in Louisville, Kentucky. He worked there until 1962 at which time he went to work for the R.C. Can Company. From 1968 until 1999 he worked for Tenneco Packaging (formerly known as Owens-Illinois).
He retired to Orange Port, Florida, where he lives today. He has seven children.
Byron Dickerson – After his discharge, Bryon moved to Dallas, Texas. There he met his future wife (they have been married fifty-seven years). He retired in 1986 from the U.S. Postal Service, after thirty-three years of employment.
He and his wife live in Duncanville, Texas. They have one son and one daughter.
Donald Barton – Donald passed away on May 14, 2010 in Portland, Oregon.
Ernest Everett Edge – Killed in Action on May 18, 1951.
John Ebnet – He returned to Holdingford, Minnesota after his discharge from the Army. John returned to work at the same hardware store he was working at when he was drafted. A year later the owner of the store passed away and his widow gave John first chance to buy it. So, he and his wife borrowed the money from her uncle. In 1997 they retired from the store. Ten years later, John’s wife passed away.
He still lives in Holdingford. They have two sons.
Delbert Rice – He was discharged on July 5, 1953. The following day, he and Shirlene Fuchs were married. They moved to Evansville, Indiana, where he went to work for the Servel Company.
In 1955, Delbert and his family moved to Fordsville, Kentucky, where he took a job with the U.S. Postal Service. After forty years as a rural mail carrier, he retired in 1995. When he retired, his route was over 120 miles long.
He and Shirlene live in Fordsville, Kentucky. They have three sons.
Fred Redmon – Fred passed away on February 17, 2009 in Lake Havasu, Arizona. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
William McCraney – After leaving the service, William returned to college to complete his education. While attending college he met Laurie, a lovely student nurse. When they both graduated, they married. He went to work for the USDA and after thirty-five years, he retired.
He and Laurie live in Bartow, Florida. They have one son and one daughter.
Richard Esser – After leaving the Navy, Richard started his own business—Dick Esser Plumbing and Heating, Inc. His two sons, and their wives, took over the business after he retired.
He lives in Lorain, Ohio.
Howard Camp – He was discharged from the U.S. Army on October 8, 1952. On November 21, 1952, he married Phyllis Scott.
He worked for the National Cash Register Company in Dayton, Ohio, until 1975. Then he went to work for the U.S. Postal Service as a letter carrier. In December of 1991, he retired.
On October 10, 2006, Phyllis passed away.
He resides in Xenia, Ohio. They had one son and one daughter.
Rexford Glass – He arrived home, in Gas City, Indiana, on Christmas Eve 1952. On January 26, 1953, he married and returned to work at Owens-Illinois Glass Company. His marriage ended in 1959 due to his nightmares of Korea. They had three daughters and one son.
He remarried in 1972 and moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana. After thirty-seven years of marriage, she passed away on January 30, 2009.
In 1982 he retired from Owens-Illinois Glass Company.
He still resides in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Raymond Reilly – After returning home, Raymond went back to work in the mines. He drove trucks and operated a front-end loader. He married his high school sweetheart and they had two daughters.
He currently resides in Aristes, Pennsylvania.
David Lopez – After working as a Longshoreman, a drop forge operator, and a drop hammer operator, he traveled to the east coast to learn meat cutting. Unfortunately, the ice boxes were bad for his health. So, he returned to California and went into the lawn care business. At the age of sixty-two, and working for thirty years, he retired.
He lives in Torrance, California.
Charles Bracey – Charles passed away on March 13, 2008, in Aberdeen, North Carolina.
Albert Field – He spent the first two years, after leaving the service, doing odd jobs. Then one day Albert received a called from one of the guys he went through basic training with. He wanted to know if Albert was interested in driving his father’s dump truck while he was recuperating from surgery. He took the job until his buddy’s father returned. Liking it so much, he bought a truck and became an owner/operator.
Albert married his buddy’s sister and they have been married for thirty-five years. They have five children. They live in Cherry Valley, California.
Kenneth Flynn – Kenneth passed away on September 29, 2009 in California City, California.
Donald Degood – After returning home, Donald married. They have two daughters.
He retired after selling insurance for thirty years. He is active in volunteer work. By 2009 he had amassed over 4,000 hours at Memorial Hospital.
He currently lives in Marysville, Ohio.
Otto White – After leaving the service, Otto married Geraldine Johnson of Capron, Illinois. He went to work at Woodward Governor Company, where he was a tool machinist. After twenty-three years, he went into his own business. However, two years later he went back to industrial work. Nine years later, he retired.
He and Geraldine live in Loves Park, Illinois. They have one daughter.
Alfred Eckhart – In October of 1952, Alfred returned stateside. On December 5, 1952, he married his sweetheart, Nola Ann.
After leaving the service, he went to work for Firestone Tire & Rubber Company. He eventually went to work for Tyres International of Columbus, Ohio. He retired after with forty years of service.
He and Nola live in Canal Winchester, Ohio. They have two sons and one daughter.
Nola said even Alzheimer’s can’t keep Alfred from remembering the horrendous fighting, and death toll on Porkchop Hill.
George DeSha – He went to work for a lumber company in Florida after leaving the Marine Corps. George worked there for three years, and then he went into construction building houses. He joined the local fire department and after eight years, became the Fire Chief.
He and his wife moved to Michigan, where he continued working in the construction industry.
He currently resides in Traverse City, Michigan.
Morton “Pete” Wood, Jr. - Pete passed away on August 10, 2009 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Anthony “Tony” Gurule’ – After leaving the service in 1953, Tony went back to sea with the Merchant Marines. After doing this for a year and attending college for a year, he returned to his earlier profession of baker. He worked as a foreman for Safeway Stores bakery division, in Richmond, California until 1968. In 1959 he married and had three children.
Then he went to work for the Governor of California—Ronald Reagan—for five years. After obtaining his Real Estate license, he sold real estate in California until 1979.
In 1977 he remarried and moved to New Mexico. There he continued to sell real estate. After starting a small carpet business, he retired in 2005.
He and his wife live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Marvin Totland – The wounds he received during the war prevented him from doing any hard labor work that he had been accustomed to before the war. So, he went to school. During his second year of college, he married his wife Addie. After college he went to work for the Polar Telephone Company in North Dakota. Then he went to work for the Federated Telephone Cooperative in Chokio, Minnesota.
Six years later he was offered a job with the Rural Electrification Administration, an agency of the federal government. In 1990, after thirty-one years of service, he retired.
He and Addie live in Alexandria, Minnesota. They have one son and one daughter.
David Hughes – Last known, David was living in Colorado.
Stanley Grogan – After leaving the service in 1953, he maintained his commission and aeronautical rating in the Air Force Reserve. Stanley’s regular employment was with Central Intelligence.
In later years he had a career as an educator. After retiring, he still assists students in becoming academically proficient, so they can get into the colleges of their choice.
He and his wife live in Pinole, California.
Calvin Harwick – He returned to his hometown of Rochester, Minnesota after leaving the service. There he returned to the same company he worked for before entering the Army. After working there for twenty years, in the electrical repair shop, the company was sold.
Calvin then went to work for a large company, in their electrical maintenance department. After working there for twenty-fours, he retired.
He still lives in Rochester, Minnesota.
Melbourne Leroy Rogers – After leaving the service, he went back home to Maryville, Tennessee. Leroy went to work for Alcoa. Being laid-off several times, in 1957he went to work as an insurance agent.
He and Fay still live in Maryville. They have two sons.
Mark Pease – While he was stationed at Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky, he met a girl while on pass. They have been married for fifty-seven years.
Mark worked his way through college and went to work as an Engineer. He worked for Jered, designing equipment for ships (mostly Navy). At one time there were over 300 ships, including eleven aircraft carriers, at sea that had equipment which he had designed.
After thirty-six years, he retired in 1995 as Manager of Engineering.
He and his wife live in Newburgh, Indiana. They have two daughters.
Paul Elkins – After leaving the Army, Paul returned to college where he graduated in 1957 with a B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering. During his career he worked for four different companies in Idaho, New Mexico, and Nevada. In his thirty-three years, he worked in the electronics field designing electronic equipment.
In the mid-1960’s he drifted into the mini-computer field; first as a hardware designer, then into software. In January of 1990, he retired from Los National Laboratory in New Mexico.
He now lives in Kasilof, Alaska.
Dr. William Latham – After returning from Korea in mid-October 1952, he married Carol Roddick. They were married on November 8, 1952, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
In 1954 he joined a family practice and surgery practice in his hometown of Stockton, California. He retired from family practice in 1994 and surgery practice in 2009.
He lives in Stockton, California. They have three children.
Roger Lueckenhoff -He was discharged from the Army on September 26, 1952. On November 10, 1952, Roger went to work for the Rawlings Sports Goods Company, in St. Louis, Missouri. In February of 1953, he married.
While working at Rawlings, he attended Washington University on the GI Bill. He obtained an Associates Degree in Industrial Management. In 1976, Rawlings transferred Roger’s department to a plant in south central Missouri. So, he and his family moved to Rolla, Missouri.
In 2003 his wife, Lorene, passed away. They have two sons and one daughter.
He still lives in Rolla, Missouri.
Dick Thune – Last known, Dick was living in Plainview, Minnesota.
Kenneth Whitehouse – After returning home, Kenneth went back to work at Wetzel’s—a local grocery store in Owensboro, Kentucky. A few years later, he went to work for the U.S. Postal Service, where he worked until his retirement.
He currently resides in Owensboro, Kentucky.
John Delaney – After he retired from the U.S. Navy in 1971, he returned to Albany, New York. There he was hired as a vice president of an upstate hospital. In 1987, John retired.
He and his wife, Marge, who was a Navy Nurse in Korea, moved to Minden, Nevada. They have one son and one daughter.
Robert Bickmeyer – After leaving the service in 1953, he returned to his old job at General Motors. With thirty-nine years of service, Robert retired in 1986.
He and his wife, Phyllis, live in Troy, Michigan. They have four children.
Peter Beauchamp – In June of 1955, Peter was discharged from the Marine Corps. He attended school under the GI Bill, taking mechanical drafting and machine design.
Upon finishing school, he went to work for RCA. He eventually ended up working for the Harris Corporation in Palm Bay, Florida. While there he worked on many government and military projects, including Apollo, the Space Shuttle, and the B-1 Bomber.
After working at Harris for twenty-three years, he retired.
He married in 1958 and has two sons and one daughter.
He still resides in Palm Bay, Florida.
Ronald Hale – After spending a year in the hospital for his wounds received in Korea, he went home to El Paso, Texas. Here he went into the cafe business. However, not caring for the cafe business, he closed his shop and moved to Dallas. There he went to school.
For twenty years he was a mechanic, and then he opened his own shop. Eventually he sold his shop and retired.
He currently lives in Red Oak, Texas.
Charles Klenklen – When he returned home, he went back to his old job as a receiving room operator in a milk processing plant. He also worked as a truck driver salesman for a welding supply company. Eventually he went into business for himself, as an auto mechanic.
He married after returning home from Korea. In 1981, his wife Flora passed away. They have two daughters and one son.
He remarried in 1991 and lives in Fort Scott, Kansas.
Dr. John Laura – Being discharged from the Army, he returned home and married his college sweetheart. He went on to set up his dental practice in Syracuse, New York.
During their first year of marriage they had triplet sons. The following year, their daughter was born. His daughter became a dentist and eventually took over his practice.
In 2008 his wife of fifty-three years passed away.
He still resides in Syracuse, New York.
Chuck Gibbs – Last known, Chuck was living in San Antonio, Texas.
Jerry Cunningham – On October 1, 1988, he retired from the Army as a First Sergeant.
In 1989 he worked as an Optical Lab Tech with an optical company in Columbia, South Carolina. After working here for eight years, he retired in 1997.
He currently lives in Columbia, South Carolina.
Donald “Hank” Nicol – After leaving the service, he attended Brooks Institute of Photography. Hank ended up in New Zealand, where he worked for a year as a welder. Then he headed to Sydney, Australia—for four years.
Finally, he returned to the states to get a degree from San Francisco State. After listening to President John F. Kennedy, he joined the Peace Corps and headed to Thailand. While there he married a Thai lady and brought her back to California. They had two children, and then divorced.
He worked as a California State Park Ranger. Now he dabbles in amateur photography.
He lives in Eureka, California.
William Warren – On January 13, 1954, William was discharged from the Army with the rank of M/Sgt. He went to work for the L.C. Andrew Co, for four years. After which he worked for twelve years at Plaster Mason. Then for the next twenty-one years, he worked for S.D. Warren Company. On January 1, 1988, he retired.
He has two children, a son and daughter, and three step-children.
He currently resides in Sanford, Maine.
Gordon Southern – He is a full-time farmer, producing rice, wheat, soybeans, and corn. His rice fields produce 150 bushels of long grain rice per acre.
He lives in Steele, Missouri.
Donald Albert – He went to work for the Peverly Dairy Company, as a home deliveryman, after his discharge from the Army. Soon afterwards the dairy industry began to sell milk, in paper cartons, to Super Markets for half the price, ending the home delivery service.
A friend of his was able to get him an interview at Cargill, Inc., selling Nutrena Livestock Feeds. Out of the two-hundred salesmen that Nutrena had, Albert was in the top ten.
After advancing through several management levels, he retired in 1992.
He and Shirley live in Warrensburg, Missouri. They have eight children.
Clyde Corsaro – Clyde passed away on May 25, 2010in Syracuse, New York.
Wayne Pelkey – He returned home to work in the quarries after leaving the service. He soon found that working in the pit with a 55lb jackhammer was very tiring. Luckily, management gave him a job in maintenance and driving a dump-truck.
The second year after being home he was having sleepless nights, which was taking a toll on him. So he took up flying, which he had started before being drafted.
In 1957 he was promoted to Safety Director of four operations. Then in 1959 he married Irene Fontana, and was promoted to Director of Purchasing.
In 1984 the company was bought out, so he took early retirement.
He resides in Barre, Vermont.
Robert Ericson – Last known, Robert was living in Illinois.