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Milton O. Wolfe

First Lieutenant, U.S. Army 

O-131796

Company M
35th Infantry Regiment
25th Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: 1945
Buried at: 
Awards: Purple Heart


FIRST LIEUTENANT MILTON O. WOLFE of Haddon Heights NJ was born on July 10, 1916, on of at least seven children born to Merritt and Alletta Wolfe. The elder Wolfe was a a salesman and later an executive with a metals firm. The family resided ion Tenth Avenue in Haddon Heights New jersey. When the census was taken in 1920, the Wolfe clan was at 28 Tenth Avenue. By April of 1930 they had moved to 34 Tenth Avenue. Milton Wolfe had graduated high school and had attended one year of college prior to being drafted, on July 8, 1942 at Camden NJ. He was single, with dependents, when inducted. 

After induction, Milton Wolfe qualified for Officer Candidate School, and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, and was later promoted to First Lieutenant. Assigned to Company M,25th Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, he was killed in action on Luzon in the Philippines on May 1, 1945. 


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