Parmer Ernest Lee
The morning of January 5th found us enveloped in a heavy fog and in that fog lurked death.
Earl William Cox
There is a Strange Destiny that guides us. We cannot define it, though we call it by numerous names. And when that Destiny is up, that, and that alone, is our end.
James Jarvie Forrester
Last evening at 5:30 p.m. we paused to pay our respects to the late James Jarvie Forrester who passed away at approximately 5 p.m. on Friday September 27, 1946.
Hugh James Haughian
On July 25, 1946, in the early morning hours the Great Maker took Hugh James Haughian away very silently.
Word was received that Joe Housepian (known as "Joe" to everyone who visited the Army Canteen when it was in operation) passed away.
Walter Leonard Mason
Our hearts are heavy these days.. .dwelling on the passing of our friend and fellow worker Walter Leonard Mason at 2:25 a.m. on June 12, 1946.
Ervin J. Baskins
We deeply express... Our sincere sympathy to the relatives and friends of Ervin J. Baskins, Bapco employee who passed away at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on Nov. 24, 1945, after a few days illness.
Sidney Russell Ferguson
Our deepest sympathy to the friends and relatives of Sidney Russell FERGUSON, B.M.C.
Robert Strong Worthington
Robert Strong Worthington, ’41, of Santa Rosa, Calif., April 7, at 83, of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herring
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herring lost their lives on the morning of July 7, 1938, when the launch "Cal Arabia" went down.