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Trumbull – Dear Generals Guion, Civilian Ced and Daughter Jean – May 9, 1943

"Greatest Generation" Life Lessons

In the first six months of 1942, Grandpa sent two sons off to an uncertain war. To give you a quick overview, Dan, son # 2, was the first to answer the call of Uncle Sam. Lad, the oldest and my Dad, reported for duty in June of the same year.

Dick, son # 4, received his notice  on Feb. 11, 1943, was married to Jean Mortensen on the 14th by his father, a Justice of the Peace, and reported on the 21st. In May of that year, Dick is in Miami Beach, Florida and Jean has followed him south. Dick is receiving further training but can be with his wife every night. They know that this situation is temporary. Dick will be sent somewhere else and Jean will return to Trumbull.

Dan was a surveyor in Venezuela and in Fairbanks, Alaska but came home before reporting for duty. He…

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