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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

GEORGE KARI SERVED AS AN US ARMY AIR FORCE PILOT IN WORLD WAR II

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GEORGE M. KARI 
1943 Valley Times Honor Roll Album - Gift to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley from Dennis Spiegelman  2014.  (click on image to enlarge it.)  

George M. Kari,  second Lieutenant George M.  Kari of the U. S. Army Air Force has been in service since July 25, 1942. Up to that time, he was employed at the Lockheed aircraft Corporation plant. Mrs. Ellen Kari resides on 14732 Heartsook Street in Van Nuys.

An additional Internet search about the life of George M. Kari revealed the following:

KARI George M., died Dec. 28, 1996. He was born Apr 6, 1922 in Scofield, Ut. to Matthew & Ellen Anderson Kari. George served in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a pilot in WWII, and was recalled to fly in the USAF in the Korean War. 
George married Frances Green, who was a WASP pilot in WWII. They later divorced. He retired from FAA after 20 years as an air traffic controller and an airspace systems inspection pilot. 
George is survived by his wife, Gertha Kari of OKC; 2 daughters, Dana Green of Boise, Id. & Leslie Kari of Lake Stevens, Wa; 3 granddaughters, Stacie Ryales, Kari Field, & Kristen Green; 3 great grandchildren; 2 sisters, Grace Young & Selma Macari, both of Carpenteria, Ca; and his dog, Prince. George was preceded in death by a brother, Jack Kari & a sister, Lucille Kari. Services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3, 1997, at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. Chapel Hill.

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