Arthur Roy Blizzard

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Arthur Roy Blizzard (18 September 1918 - 21 September 1992) of Franklin, West Virginia and son of Granville Harris (1874-1934) and Sarah Jane Dahmer Blizzard. During the late 1930s Blizzard attended the Shepherd State Teachers College. In 1941 he enlisted in the United States Army. During World War II from 1941-1944, he was stationed in Alaska (“Somewhere in the Aleutian Area”). In mid-1944 he was reassigned to Camp Wheeler, Georgia. As a First Sergeant, Blizzard was honorably discharged on August 16, 1945. Blizzard died at Martinsburg, West Virginia in 1992.

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