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Earl F. Crowder
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Submitted by: Linda Cardenas

© Linda Cardenas

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Earl F. CROWDER

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery


LTJG Earl F. Crowder, son of Mr. & Mrs. O.E. Crowder, was born Jan. 21, 1916 at Cherokee. He attended Cherokee High School and the Univ. of Oklahoma. He was inducted into the service at Okla. City on Jan. 7, 1942, attended Notre Dame, Midshipmen School, South Bend IN and received amphibious training at Little Creek VA, Ft. Pierce FL and Newport RI. LT Crowder served in the ETO on the USS James O'Hara as Boat Group Officer on the USS Vesitas as Boat Group Commander and was engaged in the invasions of Sicily, Salerno and Italy. He received his discharge on Oct. 27, 1945 and was awarded the American Theater Medal, European Theater Medal and two Commendation Ribbons.

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