2nd Lt. Stanford A. Kay (KIA)
|Full Name:||Stanford A. Kay|
|Birth date & Place:||1921, Pennsylvania|
|Education:||Graduate of William Penn High School, class of 1938, and the Wharton Extension Schoo|
|Profesion:||Employee of the Middletown Air Depot|
|Family:||Morton J. Kay (father) Mary H. (Cohn) Kay (mother) Shirley J. Kay (sister) Marion (Stormwind) Kay (wife)|
|Award:||Purple Heart, Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, American Campaign Medal,European-African-Middel Eastern Campaign Medal,World War II Victory Medal. Navigator badge.|
|Cemetery:||American War Cemetery Margraten Plot E, Row 20, Grave 25|
|Date of death:||10 January 1945|
|Place of Death:||Neuss|
|Mission data:||Date: 10 January 1945 Mission: 241 Serialnumber: 43-38668 Callsign: BI-T Type: B17-G Date: 10 January 1945 Destination/Mission: Bombing Bridges Cologne afterwards inflight mission changed to bombing bridges Neuss Mission: Bombing bridges. MACR: 11580|
A graduate of William Penn High School, class of 1938, and the Wharton Extension School, he is a former employee of the Middletown Air Depot.
He entered the service as an aviation cadet in February, 1943 and was given preliminary training at Fort Myers Fla.
He was awarded his wings and commission at Selma Field, Monroe, La., in June, 1944.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his widow, the former Miss Marion Stromwind, Washington, Pa.