Hundreds of foreigners honored a 97-year-old veteran of Oklahoma World War II, who funeral authorities say died without a known surviving family. US-flagged motorcycles were part of Wednesday's service to Herman White, who died on August 11. White was buried next to his wife and son in Perry, 95 kilometers…
A total of strangers delight in honoring an abnormal, weak, 97-year-old Oklahoma World War II that funeral home officials report died without a known surviving family.
US-flagged bicycles delight in the fragment of Wednesday's service to Herman White, who died on August 11. White was buried next to his wife and son in Perry, 95 kilometers north of Oklahoma City.
Funeral director Rebecca Raines, with the Brown-Dugger Funeral Home, arrived in the neighborhood after finding that White had no known surviving relatives.
White married in 1941, joined the Navy in 1945 and served aboard the USAMuliphen in the Pacific. After defense pressure, White returned to Oklahoma and worked in the oil and gas fields.
The couple had a son in 1951. White's wife died in 1998. Their son died in 1999.
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