Frederick Paul Keezer. Private First Class, U.S. Army Engineer Corps. 658th Engineer Light Equipment Company.
6 July 1917 - 1 April 1945.
Following service in Maine State Guard Reserve, entered Army, March 1944. Trained, Camp Selby, Mississippi. Overseas, December 1944. Killed in action, Pirmasens, Bavaria, Germany. Buried, St. Arnold Cemetery, France. Native of Hudson. Electrician, employed in footwear manufacturing and in shipbuilding. Hunter. Photographer. Father of a daughter, Margaret Lucy. Purple Heart.
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World War II, Bangor Maine, Killed in action, Veterans
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