Lee Erminger

[30 AUG 1931 - D2 - 20360 - 8 JAN 2003]

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Joan McCulla - Shirley Fontaine - Donnie
Erminger - Bundren - McCulla [SEP 2003]



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Lee Erminger
[2000]



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Dan - Donie - Mark and Lee Erminger
[SEP 1992]



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D-2 Firsties - 5th Row: Wilkinson - Woodruff x55 - 4th Row: Stern - Stockett - Thorsen - Werner - 3rd Row: Russell - Meisenheimer - Michalove - Monahan - Quinn - Riggs - 2nd Row: Fontaine - Herman - Heye - Jefferies - McCormack - McCulla - 1st Row: Bundren - Chura - Coyle - Cummins - Erminger - Fetko (CO)



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Lee Erminger and Bill Parks
[CAMID - JUN 1953]



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Lee Erminger
[CAMID - JUN 1953]



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Garneau - Quinn - Posner -
Meisenheimer - Erminger [MAR 1953]



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Lee Earl Erminger

Lee Earl Erminger was born on 30 August 1931 in Louisiana. HeenteredWest Point from the Organized Reserve Corps on 3 July 1951. He was in Company D2; graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned in the US Army in the Armor.


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Lee Earl Erminger

Lee Earl Erminger, 71 died peacefully in his sleep on January 8, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Dona; sons, Mark and Daniel; and four grandchildren. Lee graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and earned a Masters Degree from Arizona State University. He completed a distinguished career in the U.S. ARMY where he defended the borders of West Germany and Korea. Lee spent most of his Army career helping develop the Anti-Ballistic Missile System. After retiring as a Lt. Col, he worked for Martin Marietta and was owner of the Harley Davidson dealership in Leesburg, FL. He was past President of R/C World Flyers and an avid R/C flyer.

Lee died as he lived, with dignity.

Services will be held at Pine Castle Chapel of Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home on January 25, 2003 at 2PM. Donations in his memory can be made to one of his West Point classmates who runs a Mission in Mexico: Oscar A. Raynal, MBE 38-197, 2220 Bassett Ave., El Paso, TX 79901.

Published in the Orlando Sentinel on Jan. 20, 2003


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