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Tech. Sgt. Larry Lynn O'Sullivan - Shot Down Over Germany (WW-II)

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Tech. Sgt. Larry Lynn O'Sullivan - Shot Down Over Germany (WW-II)

Posted: 11 Apr 2001 6:00AM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Edited: 9 Jul 2001 7:35AM GMT
Surnames: O'Sullivan
BODY OF LARRY LYNN O'SULLIVAN REINTERRED AT JEFFERSON BARRACKS

The body of Tech. Sergeant Larry Lynn O'Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry O'Sullivan of Farmington, who lost his life in action over Germany on August 16, 1944, was returned to the States and funeral services and reinterment were held at the National Cemetery at Jefferson Barracks on Friday, May 5 [1950].

Sgt. O'Sullivan, who was 26 years of age at the time of his death, was a radio operator on a B-29 which was shot down over Germany and all of the crew of ten were lost. Their bodies were buried in a group in Belgium before being returned to the U.S. Larry Lynn is survived by his wife, parents, a sister, Miss Lola O'Sullivan and two brothers, Harold and Billy of Farmington.

[The Lead Belt News, Flat River, St. Francois County, Missouri, Friday, May 12, 1950]

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