|Birth: ||Apr. 23, 1919|
|Death: ||Apr. 21, 1999|
Peter Bender was born in Cornlea Nebraska. Mr. Bender entered the U.S. Army, serving 42 months overseas. He played a major part in freeing the first Philippine Prisoners of War. He served in the 129th Infantry of the 37th "Buckeye" Division in Fiji, New Hebrides, Guadalcanal, Solomons, New Georgia, Bougainville, Leyte, and Luzon, for which he was awarded the Bronze Star. After his discharge from the Army Mr. and Mrs. Bender settled in Tacoma, Washington.
Mr. Bender was head supervisor of the Upholstering Department at Fort Lewis, Washington. He left there and in 1954 started his own business, "Bender's Upholstery which he ran till he retired.
Charles Peter Bender (1880 - 1955)
Frances Philomina Hittner Bender (1885 - 1936)
Connie E. Bender (1922 - ____)*
Robert Wayne Bender (1950 - 2012)*
Created by: Loren Bender
Record added: Dec 21, 2008
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