44 Roster, page 2

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  • Barbara I. Buckley, Sp(Q)(TE) 3c
  • Helen P. Cavanaugh, Sp(Q)(TE)3c
  • Agnes M. Kosley, Sp(Q)(TE)3c
  • Juanita Pierce, Sp(Q)(TE)3c
  • Jewell L. Reichel, Sp(Q)(TE)3c
  • Ann T. Tisdale, Sp(Q)(TE)3c
  • Adelaide E. Wiecke, Sp(Q)(TE)3c

  • Dorothy E. Dale, PhM3c, USNR
  • Evelyn V. Gaines, PhM3c, USNR
  • Marjorie M. Money, PhM3c, USNR

  • Robert F. Adams, S1c, USNR
  • Harold F. Brunke, S1c, USNR
  • Kthleen R. Couch, S1c, USNR
  • Raymond Torchon, S1c, USNR
  • Raymond R. Whitley, S1c, USNR

  • Margaret E. Althof, S2c, USNR
  • Dorothy M. Anderson, S2c, USNR
  • Sarah Bain, S2c, USNR


  • Peggie J. Bherns, S2c, USNR
  • Verdia E. Boyette, S2c, USNR
  • Gladys I. Carter, S2c, USNR
  • Vera D. Chastain, S2c, USNR
  • Dorothy L. Cleary, S2c, USNR
  • Eugene Benson Crawford, Jr., S2c, USNR
  • Nerine A. Gehman, S2c, USNR
  • Dorothy M. Hershberger, S2c, USNR
  • Evelyn J. Hodges, S2c, USNR
  • Ruth K. Januse, S2c, USNR
  • Arlene E. Jones, S2c, USNR
  • Beulah T. Keifer, S2c, USNR
  • Virginia M. Kullman, S2c, USNR
  • Minnie Lyons, S2c, USNR
  • Mary A. Maloney, S2c, USNR
  • Margaret L. Manley, S2c, USNR
  • Edna L. Mason, S2c, USNR
  • Sybil R. McVay, S2c, USNR
  • Ammie E. Mims, S2c, USNR
  • Ollie El Murchison, S2c, USNR
  • Mildred N. Richards, S2c, USNR
  • Veronica A. Ruf, S2c, USNR
  • Dolly V. Stroop, S2c, USNR
  • Helen A. Tschappet, S2c, USNR
  • Katherine A. Vinson, S2c, USNR
  • Cora L. Walden, S2c, USNR
  • Mary L. Weeks, S2c, USNR
  • Lucile M. Wonders, S2c, USNR
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    WHO worked during the war? Find the Personnel section. Also, Joseph R. Desch
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