MILTON A. LUCAS, LTJG, USN
Birthdate & Date of Loss
|Date of birth:||October 1, 1930|
|Date of death:||January 5, 1957|
From the 1953 Lucky Bag:
MILTON ANTHONY LUCAS
"Schopordt" prepped at Wyoming Seminary . . . Plebe year was voted outstanding authority on Mary Hayworth . . . "Mr. Lucas, do you know where my laundry is?" . . . Loves women . . . "What's the hot smoking word on the uniform, mate?" A slash from beginning . . . specialized in 150-pound football and wrestling . . . "Chow? . . . no thanks, gotta lose four pounds by Saturday's meet." . . . Fan of the Pirates . . . "Bald by twenty-five? Really!" Always with a smile . . . energetic, spontaneous, friendliness and intelligence are attributes which go for making a success in the field of Milt's choice . . . above or below sea level.
He was also captain of the 150 pound football team and commander of the 3rd Battalion for the winter set.
Life & Loss
Unable to find any information about Milton's life or loss. He has a memory marker in Arlington National Cemetery.
|Class of 1953|
|Milton is one of 62 members of the Class of 1953 in Memorial Hall.|
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