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Earl Tilman Smith (1919 - 1987)

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Earl Tilman Smith
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Husband of — married in Macon, Georgiamap
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Died in Georgiamap
Profile last modified | Last significant change: 6 Feb 2018
11:01: Eric Andersen-Vie edited the Biography for Earl Smith. [Thank Eric for this]
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Categories: Warner Robins, Georgia | Magnolia Park Cemetery, Warner Robins, Georgia | Houston County, Georgia, Cemeteries.

Biography

Earl was born in 1919. He was the son of Ezra Smith and Emma Baughman. He passed away in 1987.

Burial in March 1987 at the Magnolia Park Cemetery and Mausoleum in Warner Robins, Houston County, Georgia.

One of 5 children born to Ezra and Emma Smith.

Earl served overseas during World War II in the Air Force. He was honorably discharged in 1945.

He was graduated from a machinist school at Chanute Field, Champaign, Illinois.

Earl began his Civil Service career at Robins Field Air Force Base, Warner Robins, Georgia in 1948.

His 42 years of faithful and dedicated service to the government was exemplified by several Superior Performance Awards.

Earl was married to Helen Walters of Macon, Georgia on August 2, 1943.

They were the parents of:

  • Earl Eugene (B: 10-22-1946)
  • Carol Ann (B: 1-13-1953)

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