The remains of a Pearl Harbor veteran transferred to Wisconsin 80 years later
The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office on Friday helped transfer a The Second World War The veteran has lived in Wisconsin for nearly 80 years since the attack on Pearl Harbor which killed more than 2,400 people.
Kefee Conolly, a native of Markesan, served as a member of the Navy Hospital at the age of 19.
Conolly, “along with 428 other crew members of the USS Oklahoma, were killed when the ship was attacked by Japanese planes at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941,” the sheriff’s office said in a press release published on Friday. Facebook.
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A number of the remains of WWII veterans have been sent home as the Defense POW / MIA Accounting Agency works to identify the bones through forensic testing.
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The United States is approaching 80 years of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Conolly’s name “is inscribed on the walls of the Fallen at the Pacific National Memorial Cemetery at Punchbowl Crater, Honolulu, Hawaii, along with other World War II dead. A rosette will be placed next to his name to indicate that it was taken into account, “the sheriff’s office wrote.
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The deceased veteran will be buried on November 8 in his hometown.