Bernard A. Barasch

Recent Address: 5432 78th Street, Lubbock, TX 79424-2802
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Family Info: Parents: Max and Alice; Wife - Alice; Daughters: Arlene, Barbara, Carole, Debbie
Hometown: Brownsville, PA
Date Entered Service: March 1st 1943
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Bomb Group: 468th
Squadron:
Squadron: 793rd
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Missions Flown: 33
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Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with Three Oak Leaf Cluster, Good Conduct Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Theater Medal with 5 Bronze Battle Stars, Chinese Good Conduct Medal
Service Schools: Keesler Field, MS Jul 1943; Buckley and Lowrey Field, CO; Clovis, NM 1944
MOS: Senior Gunner
Rank Upon Discharge: T/Sgt
Crew Type: Flight crew
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Date Discharged: October 16, 1945
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Post WWII Civilian Occupation(s): Graduated from Wharton School at Univ. of Pennsylvania
Bernie opened Bud's Men's Shop in 1954 in Lubbock and for 60 years furnished big and tall, and short and small with the widest array of menswear and legendary service.
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Comments: Mr. Barasch passed away June 24, 2014 and is buried at the City of Lubbock Cemetery, Lubbock, TX.

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