Milton E. Williams interview, tape 2
Milton Williams was born in Onalaska, Washington in July 1919. He was the oldest of three children and graduated from high school in Centralia, Washington. Williams was drafted into the United States Army in 1941. He served abroad during World War II driving trucks in the European Theater transporting troops and cargo. He was part of the force that liberated the Nordhausen Concentration Camp. On January 1, 1941, Williams married Kathryn Scherer. After his service, he worked in the meat packing industry, where he worked prior to the war. He graduated from college with a Bachelor's in accounting in 1953. He then worked for the state of Washington until 1979, ending up at Lakeland Village in Medical Lake, Washington. Williams died in Spokane County on June 19, 1998.
World War, 1939-1945; Williams, Milton E.
Williams, Milton E. and Jewell, James R., "Milton E. Williams interview, tape 2" (1996). James Jewell Papers. 70.
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