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Col Harold Lee Evensizer

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Col Harold Lee Evensizer

Birth
Cando, Towner County, North Dakota, USA
Death
12 Sep 2006 (aged 93)
Fairfield, Solano County, California, USA
Burial
Fairfield, Solano County, California, USA
Plot
METH Plot 172 Grave B
Memorial ID
42773433 View Source

COLONEL ARMY AIR CORP, WWII

Combat Infantry Badge

Air Force Commendation Medal
Lt. Col. Harold L. Evensizer, formerly of Cando, has been awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for his accomplishments in the Inspector General's office, of the Military Air Transport Service (MATS).

Col. Evensizer, in charge of review and analysis for the Inspector General's office at MATS headquarters, was praised for his thorough knowledge in his field. The citation read in par, “His timely and practical solution to pending problem areas, coupled with outstanding tact and diplomacy, resulted in major improvements within the units inspected.”

A graduate of Cando High School, the colonel also studied at the University of Maryland.

A veteran of 27 years military service, he served overseas in the Southwest Pacific area and the Northeast Air command. His decorations include the Combat Infantry Badge.

The colonel is married to the former Ottilia Bauer of Ashley, and they have two children, Terrence, 23, and Patricia, 19.

COLONEL ARMY AIR CORP, WWII

Combat Infantry Badge

Air Force Commendation Medal
Lt. Col. Harold L. Evensizer, formerly of Cando, has been awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for his accomplishments in the Inspector General's office, of the Military Air Transport Service (MATS).

Col. Evensizer, in charge of review and analysis for the Inspector General's office at MATS headquarters, was praised for his thorough knowledge in his field. The citation read in par, “His timely and practical solution to pending problem areas, coupled with outstanding tact and diplomacy, resulted in major improvements within the units inspected.”

A graduate of Cando High School, the colonel also studied at the University of Maryland.

A veteran of 27 years military service, he served overseas in the Southwest Pacific area and the Northeast Air command. His decorations include the Combat Infantry Badge.

The colonel is married to the former Ottilia Bauer of Ashley, and they have two children, Terrence, 23, and Patricia, 19.


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