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William Dent Banks

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William Dent Banks Veteran

Birth
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA
Death
13 Jun 2010 (aged 92)
Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, USA
Burial
Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section 64 Site 4195
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Banks, William Dent

BANKS, William Dent age 92 of Dayton, passed away Sunday, June 13, 2010 at Brighton Gardens of Washington Twp. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lurline (Cook) Banks; his brother and sister. He is survived by his children: Penny (Gary) Monk, Bud (Barb) Banks, Kathy (Jonathan) Knight & Susie (Bob) Day; grandchildren: Cathi, Jennifer & Cullen Monk, Elizabeth Dean, Billy & Brett Banks; Tom, Will & Emily Knight; and Laura & Shelly Day; great-grandchildren Jackie & Carter Dean. He was a longtime member of Fairmont Presbyterian Church in Kettering, OH and later of First Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head, SC, where he enjoyed singing in the choirs. He loved Buckeye football, tennis and boating. As a B-24 Captain in the Army Air Corps, he was awarded the Silver Star for valor during the Ploesti Bombing Raid. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements by MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOME, 1771 E. Dorothy Lane, Kettering. Condolences may be sent to www.morris-sons.com.

Published in the Dayton Daily News from 6/15/2010 - 6/16/2010
Banks, William Dent

BANKS, William Dent age 92 of Dayton, passed away Sunday, June 13, 2010 at Brighton Gardens of Washington Twp. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lurline (Cook) Banks; his brother and sister. He is survived by his children: Penny (Gary) Monk, Bud (Barb) Banks, Kathy (Jonathan) Knight & Susie (Bob) Day; grandchildren: Cathi, Jennifer & Cullen Monk, Elizabeth Dean, Billy & Brett Banks; Tom, Will & Emily Knight; and Laura & Shelly Day; great-grandchildren Jackie & Carter Dean. He was a longtime member of Fairmont Presbyterian Church in Kettering, OH and later of First Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head, SC, where he enjoyed singing in the choirs. He loved Buckeye football, tennis and boating. As a B-24 Captain in the Army Air Corps, he was awarded the Silver Star for valor during the Ploesti Bombing Raid. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements by MORRIS SONS FUNERAL HOME, 1771 E. Dorothy Lane, Kettering. Condolences may be sent to www.morris-sons.com.

Published in the Dayton Daily News from 6/15/2010 - 6/16/2010

Gravesite Details

US Army Air Corps WW II Veteran



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