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Irwin C. Tokar

Date of Induction-August 19, 1942
Branch of service-Medical Detachment
Trained at Camp Lee, Virginia; Fort Knox, Kentucky; Camp Shelby, Mississippi
Medals Earned-American Theatre Ribbon; Good Conduct Medal; Victory Medal
Discharge Station-Camp Shelby, Mississippi
Date of Discharge-January 26, 1946
Served-41 months
Present occupation-Butcher
Wife-Mrs. Dorothea Elizabeth Tokar
Son-Irvin Charkes Tokar, Jr.

6/6/2006 - from his some Irvin Pete Tokar Jr.

"I remember Pop as a fire fighter along with his brother (my Uncle Oldrich A. Tokar). On December 31st. They would always ring the fire siren and clang the bell on top of the fire hall to ring in the new Year.

When I was old enough to come along, they would take me to the upper room of the fire hall and I would help Pop toll in the new year in ... fond memories of years gone by. Thanks for the memories"

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