Charles T. Mills            

Class 1941

Aviation Machinist's Mate, First Class,
U.S. Navy

Entered the Service from: Maryland
Died: February 22, 1945
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Honolulu Memorial
Honolulu, Hawaii

Awards: Purple Heart              
The News, March 3, 1945
AMM2/C CHARLES T. MILLS, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Mills, of B street, Brunswick, has been killed in action in the Pacific, his parents were notified this week by telegram from the Navy Department. No further word has been received.
Young Mills was on duty aboard an aircraft carrier, relatives said, to which he had been attached for some time. The last letter received by his parents was dated around the middle of February, it was reported. The exact date of his death could not be learned.
A graduate of Brunswick High School, Mills enlisted in the Navy about two and a half years ago after working for a time in the Baltimore and Ohio railroad shops at Brunswick. He was sent to Norfolk, Va., and later attended school at Jacksonville, Fla., before being assigned to sea duty. He was last home on his birthday during the past summer.
Besides his parents, he is survived by three brothers, John Lee, Jr., Larry and Ralph, all at home, and three sisters, Mrs. Stanley Conklin, of Peru, and Anne and Sharon, at home