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Name: Carleton LeRoy Feener Rank: Technical Representative Service: Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co., Mission with British and US Army Air Force Date of Birth: October 23, 1919 Place of Birth: Hopedale / Milford, Worcester Co., Massachusetts Complexion: Light Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Date of Death: November 20, 1944 Age: 24 Cemetery: North Cemetery, Billerica, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Carleton L. Feener Jr. was the son of Carlton LeRoy Feener Sr (1895–1964) and Isabel Mae (Holt) Feener (1893–1978). His father was born in Bridgewater, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. His mother was born in Billerica, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts. Carleton married Pauline Phyllis Proctor (1920–1979). He registered for the US Draft July 1, 1941, in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Connecticut. He was living in Dorchester, Essex Co., Massachusetts and employed by the United Aircraft Corporation. On November 20, 1944, Carleton L. Feener Jr. was serving as a technical representative on a technical mission with British and American Air Force in France. He was killed by an explosion of an ammunition truck. His body was returned to the United States for burial and he is interred at the North Cemetery in Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Obituary from The Boston Globe, Massachusetts, December 15, 1949: Services for Carleton L. Feener Jr., 24, of 62 Freeman St., who was killed in France in 1944, will be held at the Saxville Funeral Home on Saturday at 2 p.m..; with burial in North Cemetery, Billerica. - Mr. Feener was a technical representative of the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Co. He was on a technical mission with British and American Air Force when he was killed by an explosion of an ammunition truck. He leaves a wife, the former Pauline Proctor; a daughter, Carol; a brother, Donald; a sister, Grace, and his parents.
Carleton LeRoy Feener
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