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Jack Dayton Hunter, Sr
Birth: Jun. 4, 1921
Hamilton
Butler County
Ohio, USA
Death: Apr. 13, 2009
Saint Augustine
St. Johns County
Florida, USA

Author. A writer of 17 novels, he is most noted for his bestseller "The Blue Max" (1964), which became a 1966 motion picture adaptation. Born Jack Dayton Hunter in Hamilton, Ohio, he served as a counterintelligence officer in the United States Military during World War II. After the war, he settled in Wilmington, Delaware where he worked as a journalist in newspaper and radio. Among his other works are "The Expendable Spy" (1965), "The Terror Alliance" (1980), "The Flying Cross" (1987), "The Cure" (2003) and "The Ace" (2008). In addition to writing, Hunter was an accomplished artist. He died from cancer. (bio by: C.S.) 
 
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  Shirley Thompson Hunter (1923 - 2006)*
 
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Inscription:
1LT
US Army
World War II

Forever in
our hearts
 
Burial:
Jacksonville National Cemetery
Jacksonville
Duval County
Florida, USA
Plot: Section 3, SIte 226
 
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Originally Created by: C.S.
Record added: Apr 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35896070
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