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Re: WILLIAM H. Traylor - World War II OFFICER w/442nd RCT
Posted by: Stephen Traylor (ID *****0632) Date: February 19, 2010 at 12:42:43
In Reply to: WILLIAM H. Traylor - World War II OFFICER w/442nd RCT by Roger Eaton of 896

The person you are referring to was my father, WIlliam Traylor. Unfortunately he was killed in a traffic accident in February 2005. He was 84 at that time.

He was an attorney in Indianapolis and later a law professor at Temple University Law School for many years. He retired from this job in about 1990 and started to work with my law firm, Traylor and Traylor, PC, in Princeton, New Jersey.

For many years he never spoke about his experiences in the army, but in his later years they began to come out, one by one. He obviously had mixed feelings.

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