Charles Adam Ei (1910-1982) died in Anchorage, Alaska, on September 12, 1982. A military record from World War II
has that his height was 82" (that's 6' 10", right?) and his weight was 119 lb. That sounds like a man who was "skin and bones" but maybe he gained weight in later life. His
enlistment record (1943) said his civil occupation was
"Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor."
Mr. Ei was born in Pennsylvania, he got his Social Security card in California, and he lived in Ohio
when he enlisted in the miliary. He married my cousin Lillian Householder (whose other given name was Agnes) and they divorced in (Dade County) Florida in 1964. They had a daughter Ruth and sons David and Shawn. [Lillian later married Roger Kaii (1927-1985), a native of Hawaii, in Birmingham, Alabama. Lillian died in 2003 in Colorado.]
Can anyone tell me anything else about Charles Adam Ei (1910-1982)? Why was he in Alaska? What was his line of work? He certainly saw a lot of the U.S.A.--from Miami, Florida to Anchorage, Alaska.