Mick York

[11 DEC 1930 - E2 - 20456 - 13 JUL 2003]

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Harry Milton York

Harry Milton Yorkwas born on11 December 1930 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was appointed to West Point from theOrganized Reserve Corpsand entered on 3 July 1951. He was in Company E2, graduated on 7 Jun 1955 and was commissioned in the US Army in the Signal Corps.


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2nd New Cadet Company

(Summer 1951)

1st Detail Co Commander - Jim Walters, became D-1 CO
2nd Detail Co Commander - Dave Lyon, became I-2 CO

1st Detail Platoon Leader - Bob Korchek I-2
2nd Detail Platoon Leader - ?

1st Detail Squad Leader - ?
2nd Detail Squad Leader - Dick Baker D-1

2nd Platoon ?, 2nd Squad ?:

Dick Auer
Jim Bergen
Gene Boggs ?
Don Buchwald
Chick Chikalla
Dennis Cosca
John Daly (resigned during Beast Barracks)
Jack Doyle
Ted Gay
Tom Sims
Verne Staffen
Bill Welter
Mick York
Tom ? (from Rhode Island - resigned during Beast Barracks)


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Harry Milton York

Col. Harry M. YORK, Ret. 72, died July 13, 2003 in Kent, WA. Born December 11, 1930 in Wagoner, OK., he married Marilyn Triebwasser in Seattle on June 25, 1955. Harry graduated from West Point in 1955, did a tour in Vietnam in 1968, was a regimental commander in NATO 1975-1981 and retired in 1985.

He was an Elder at White River Presbyterian Church and a volunteer at the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation.

Survivors include his wife, Marilyn of the home; son Harry York, Jr. and wife Janna of Auburn; daughter Patricia Thomason and husband Scott of San Antonio, TX. and four grandchildren.

There will be a graveside inurnment, Tues., July 22nd, 1 p.m. at Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent. Memorial may be made to: University of Washington Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, PO Box 358280, Seattle, WA. 98105. Service directed by Week's Enumclaw Funeral Home.


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Harry Milton York

Birth: Dec. 11, 1930
Death: Jul. 13, 2003

Spouse: Marilyn Triebwasser York (1935 - 2008)

Inscription: COL US ARMY KOREA, VIETNAM

Burial: Tahoma National Cemetery
Kent
King County
Washington, USA
Plot: Sec. 9C site 200


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Marilyn (Triebwasser) York

Marilyn T. York, age 72, passed away at the Auburn Regional Medical Center on Thursday, October 2, 2008. She had been a resident of Auburn for the past 27 years.

She was born to Reuben and Pearl (Johnson) Triebwasser on December 2, 1935 in Jamestown, North Dakota. She was raised in Seattle, WA, graduating from Franklin High.

She married Harry "Mickey" York on June 25, 1955 in Seattle, WA. A military couple, they lived in Europe and all over the United States. She was a homemaker and dedicated military wife, volunteering her time and energies to fundraising and entertaining, befitting her husband's rank of Colonel in the US Army.

Marilyn was an avid gardener. She was a member of White River Presbyterian Church of Auburn and was an ordained Elder serving on the Session and several committees for many years. She was also a member of Presbyterian Women's Association and Koinonia of Wa.

She is survived by her son, Harry York of Auburn, WA (soon to be in Iraq); her daughter, Trish (Scott) Thomason of Yorktown, Virginia; four grandchildren, Andrew, Mary, Alisa, and Eric; a sister Bonnie (Joel) Massey of Federal Way, WA.

Visitation will take place on Wed. October 8 at the Weeks Enumclaw Funeral Chapel, Enumclaw, WA. between the hours of 3-8 PM. A private inurnment will be held at the Tahoma National Cemetery. A Celebration of Life Service will begin at 10:00AM on Thursday, Oct.9, at the White River Presbyterian Church in Auburn, WA.

Memorial Donations may be directed to the White River Presbyterian Church.

Arrangements under the care and directions of Weeks Enumclaw Funeral Home, Enumclaw, WA.


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