TIMOTHY D. BARTOSH, JR., LTJG, USN
Birthdate & Date of Loss
|Date of birth:||June 17, 1929|
|Date of death:||June 16, 1954|
From the 1952 Lucky Bag:
Timothy Daniel Bartosh, Jr.
When T. D. left his home in Granger, Texas, for the Naval Academy, he thoughtfully brought along his Texas Almanac to prove that all he said about his home state was absolutely true. With three years of engineering completed at St. Mary's University, Tim found academics sheer fruit. Extracurricular activities included the Marching Band which he bolstered with his trumpet. In keeping with his academic keenness Tim was an active member of the Mechanical Engineering and Physics Clubs. Graduation will find him heading south once more, accompanied by a Baltimore miss who he has been dragging since youngster year. At Pensacola Tim will seek the golden wings of Naval aviation.
Tim was a member of the engineering club, a recipient of an “E Award,” and on the 15th Company staff (2nd set).
From The Taylor Daily Press (Taylor, Texas) on June 17, 1954
Navy Lt. (.jpr) Timothy D. Bartosh, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bartosh, Sr., of Grantor, was killed in a plane crash Wednesday afternoon about 2:30 o’clock in Virginia. Young Bartosh, who would have been 25 today, was stationed at the Navy Air Station, Oceana, Virginia. A graduate of Granger high school, he attended St. Mary’s University in San Antonio before entering the U. S. Naval Academy in 1948. He graduated from the U. S Naval Academy in 1952, completed flight training and was designated a naval aviator in 1953. On June 7, 1952. Lt. Bartosh was married to Miss Angela J. Lyng of Baltimore, Md., who survives him. He is also survived by a one-year old daughter, Cathy Ann, his parents, and one brother, Lt James Edward Bartosh.
He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
|Class of 1952|
|Timothy is one of 48 members of the Class of 1952 in Memorial Hall.|
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