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Howard P. Donahue
Branch: Army
War or Conflict: World War II
Howard P. Donahue is a World War II veteran who was a tank driver in
Korea ready to dispatch to Japan just as the bomb was dropped. He stayed in Korea to remove the Japanese occupying that country. He later became a United Methodist Minister. He is still living and loves to play the harmonica while his poodle Queenie sings along. His wife Merwin is living also.

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