World War II Honor Roll

Charles D Kidwiler
Class of 1940

Corporal, U. S. Army Air Corps
321 Signal Corps Wing,

Entered the Service October 1942
Died: 6/29,1944     DNB airplane accident Andover, England
Buried in: Old Reformed Cemetery Knoxville, Maryland

The News, July 1, 1944
CPL. CHARLES D. KIDWILER, familiarly known as Tommy Duble, son of Mrs. Ruth Kidwiler and grandson of Mrs. Theresa Duble, both of Brunswick, was recently killed in Andover, England, while serving with the Army Air Corp.
The News, December 17, 1948
The remains of Pvt. Charles D. Kidwiler, of Brunswick, who was killed in an airplane accident in England in 1944, have arrived in Brunswick and are at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruth M. Kidwiler, 180 East B street. Funeral services will take place Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the M. E. church on New York hill in charge of Rev. Mr. Saey. SteadmanKeenan Post, American Legion of Brunswick, will conduct a military funeral. Interment in Knoxville cemetery. C. H. Feete and Bro., funeral directors.
Pvt. Kidwiler, who is survived by his mother, was familiarly known as Tommy Duble in Brunswick since he and his mother made their home with his grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Duble, following the death of his father, Charles R. Kidwiler.
Pvt. Kidwiler, 21 was a graduate of Brunswick High School and enlisted in the Air Corps in October, 1942. He had been overseas for 10 months, stationed in England, prior to his death.