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Corbin Wilbur Seay

Corbin Seay
Born 1922, South Dakota, USA
Died July 4, 1944
Service Branch Army Air
Rank Warrant Officer Junior Grade
Rating or Job  
Unit 456th Survey Squadron, 322nd Survey Group
Campaign World War II
Military Citations Soldier’s Medal
Daniel Western Seay - Father (1892 - 1968)
Mary Ella Weick Seay - Mother (1896 - 1981)
Jeffry Seay Boerger - Son
Zak Boerger - Grandson
Morgan Arrowood - Granddaughter

Drowned while attempting to rescue another soldier, Adriatic Sea, Florence Italy
Listed on the Tablets of the Missing, Florence American Cemetery, Via Cassia, Italy

Corbin Wilber Seay, born in 1922 in South Dakota, enlisted in the United States Army on July 17, 1940 from Chico, California, and was a member of the Air Corps. He graduated from High School, and had two dependents, his wife, Toni, and his son, Jeffry.

Height 71 (5'9") inches, weight 160.
He was a Warrant Officer, JG, lost, unrecoverable on July 4, 1944.
Source: National Archives and Records Administration, US World War II Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946; and US WWII Military Personnel Missing In Action or Lost At Sea, 1941-1946.
Listed on the Tablets of the Missing at Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.

Glen Oaks Memorial Park
Butte County
California, USA
Plot: Garden of Devotion, Lot 119
(Contributed by Zak Boerger, grandson)
Sources Additional research by Bill Edmiston
Mementos Corbin & Toni Seay
Toni & Corbin Seay
(Photo: Zak Boerger)