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HainesEObit - Edward M. Haines SOUTH PLAINFIELD - Edward M....
Edward M. Haines SOUTH PLAINFIELD - Edward M. Haines. 61. of Oak Manor Parkway, died yesterday (Sept. 6. 1982) at East Orange Veterans Hospital Hospital in East Orange. Born in Flushing. Ohio, he lived in Fort Belvoir. Va.. until moving to South Plainfield 20 years ago. He was employed as an expediter for Lockheed Electronics in Watch-ung Watch-ung Watch-ung for the last 20 years. He was a retired Army sergeant, ho served in World War II. He was captured by the Japanese in 1942 on the Bataan Penninsula in the Philippines Philippines when he was only 18. He survived survived the infamous Bataan death march, where 10,000 prisoners of war died from starvation or were shot. He was freed in September 1945. He was a member of the American Legion Chaumont Post 243 in South Plainfield, the VFW Memorial Post 6763 of South Plainfield and the disabled disabled American Veterans Chapter 26. Surviving are his wife, Eleanor Guidone Haines; a son, Gary Haines of New Hope, Pa.; a daughter, Gail Haines of South Plainfield, and a 1 sister, Betty Gertsmeyer of Re-seeda, Re-seeda, Re-seeda, Calif. Arrangements are by James W. Conroy Funeral Home in South Plainfield.

Clipped from The Courier-News07 Sep 1982, TueMain EditionPage 19

The Courier-News (Bridgewater, New Jersey)07 Sep 1982, TueMain EditionPage 19
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