Paul Jefferies

[16 MAR 1931 - D2 - 20598 - 15 JUN 2002]

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Russell - Elsie Jefferies - Fontaine - Quinn -
Sharon Jefferies - McCulla [SEP 2002]



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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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Hugh Quinn - Jim Heye - Paul Jefferies
[DEC 1953]



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Paul James Jefferies

Paul James Jefferies was born on 16 March 1931 in New York. He was appointed to West Point from the 4th Congressional District of South Carolina and entered on 5 July 1950, was discharged on 3 January 1951 for deficiency in Military Topography and Graphics, reexamined March 1952 and found proficient and joined the Class of 1955 on 25 August 1952. He was in Company D2, a Cadet Lieutenant and platoon leader his first class year. He graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned in the US Army in the Infantry.



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Paul James Jefferies

Paul James Jefferies, 71, of the Town of Pleasant Valley NY, died Saturday June 15 2002 in Poughkeepsie NY. Mr. Jefferies was a retired marketing manager for Texaco Research Center, retiring in 1994. He was a 15 year local resident formerly, of Houston, TX.

Mr. Jefferies served in the United States Army and held the rank of Captain. Born March 16, 1931 in Brooklyn, he was the son of James Sifly and Camilla Werner Jefferies.

On May 18, 1957 in Junction City, Kansas, he married Elsie Irene Stevens. Mrs. Jefferies survives at home.

In addition to his wife, he is also survived by a daughter, Sharon Avery of Sackets Harbor, New York.

Burial was in the West Point Cemetery on September 23, 2002.

Memorial donations may be made in his name to the American Cancer Society, 45 Reade Pl., Poughkeepsie, New York 12601.

Pleasant Valley Newspaper
June 16, 2002


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