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Frederick Richard Unangst

(16 Sep 1912 - 07 May 1943)

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Frederick Richard Unangst

Unknown Edna Miller

Living Son


Easton Express, Monday, May 31, 1943, page 3
Crashed Into Sea Caused death of Easton Aviator
Details of Accident to Staff Sargeant Unangst Received
The death of Staff Sgt. Frederick Richard Unangst was "caused by drowning may 7, when his plane made a crash into the sea." accroding to a letter from the War Department, received this morning by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Unangst, of 41 South Warren Street, Easton. Sgt. Unnagst was born Sept. 16, 1912 and prior to his induction July 31, 1942, was employed at the Chipman Knitting mills. He was a meber of the Seventh Ward Democratic Club, Loyal Order of Moose, Easton Lodge, No. 45, an associate member of Lester W. Pfeffer post No. 611, American Legion and attended St. Mark's Evangelical Church.

He received the wings of the Army Air Force Nov. 1, 1942 at the Flexible Gunnery School, fort Myers, aerial gunner at the Armament School, Army Air base, Salt Lake City, Utah. He had be assigned tgo duty abroad a heavy bomber and his parents were not aware of his location of the time of the fatal accident.

In additon to his parents, he is survived bya son, Walter Unangst.

Last Updated on: November 15, 2006

Daughter of William Knauss and Elizabeth
Born: July 1860
Died 09 Oct 1927.