GEORGE H. WEBSTER, LCDR, USN

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Birthdate & Date of Loss

Date of birth: July 3, 1921
Date of death: December 19, 1957
Age: 36

Lucky Bag

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From the 1945 Lucky Bag:

George Hardy Webster

Northfield, Vermont

Born in Vermont, George was a true yankee, which meant his first love was skiing. In between skiing seasons George managed to attend Duke University for two years. He entered the Naval Academy bringing his love of skiing, dragging and eating with him. During Youngster and Firstclass year it was a hungry plebe who had to eat on his table. Since his main interest in the Academic Department was in learning rather than in working for a grade, he always just missed starring but was always in the upper half of his class. Behind his serious face was an easy going disposition which won him many warm friends and will make him a welcome addition to the Fleet.

German Club 4, 3; Plebe Crew, Varsity Wrestling 3

He was a member of the 3rd Company staff (2nd set).

The Class of 1945 was graduated in June 1944 due to World War II. The entirety of 2nd class (junior) year was removed from the curriculum.

Life & Loss

Unable to find any information about George's life or loss.

He was survived by his wife, a son, and three (or four) sisters; he is buried in Connecticut.

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Eugene Spangler '45, Benton Decker, Jr. '45, and Louis Schmeltzer '45 were also in 3rd Company.


Class Navigation

Class of 1945
George is one of 58 members of the Class of 1945 in Memorial Hall.
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