FRANK H. KOLB, JR., LT, USN
Birthdate & Date of Loss
|Date of birth:||unknown|
|Date of death:||July 5, 1943|
From the 1939 Lucky Bag:
FRANK HARTFORD KOLB, JR.
Harty, Elmer, Oswald
"Now I'm not one for the brag, but let's not study today—let's just talk, huh?" The usual day's start, however, means little, for Harty never once lets up in that determination and perseverance to win—in spite of all the snares and pitfalls set by the Academic Department. Whether it be in academics or in play—that will to win manifests itself in his every undertaking. His ready cheerful smile and helpful attitude have won him many true friends. Although his time for the fair sex is rather limited, when he does "splurge" the drags never forget! Considerate, helpful, honorable, he will find no difficulty in obtaining success. Sincerest best wishes to you, chum, from the entire gang of your well-wishers.
Football 4, 3; Basketball 4, 3, 2, 1; Company Cross Country 1; Radio Club 4, 3, 2 1; 1 Stripe.
From Arizona Republic:
Two Navy Fliers Killed In Crash JACKSONVILLE. Fla., July 12 (AP) Two naval airmen are known dead and a third missing as a result of a crash near here during a training flight July 5, the naval air station public relations office announced today. Wreckage of the plane was discovered Saturday and two bodies were identified as those of Lt. Frank H. Kolb, 25 years old, United States Navy, of Chicago, and Harvey Lyman Wiley, 19, aviation machinist third class, United States Naval Reserve, of Fairview. Mass.
|Class of 1939|
|Frank is one of 75 members of the Class of 1939 in Memorial Hall.|
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