Roger B. Gaioni


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January 13, 1945

Dear Friends,

Your letter arrived here slightly after the holiday season and you may be sure that it was received with welcome.

But say, I was home for a White Christmas and would have dropped in to say hello had not you all been on your holiday vacations. It was a real Christmas day for this G. I.

A few of my former Bryant classmates and I are still in correspondence though the whereabouts of most of them are unknown to me. S/Sgt. George Scothan, Lt. Howard Karker (Fourth marine Division), M/Sgt William Quattrucci, Dorothy Tweedale and I still maintain contact. Two months ago on this field I was greeted in a chow line by Leonard Levine, also a member of the class of ’42; he was a sight for sore eyes.

I’ve completed one short course in basic radar and should finish the advance on within the next few months; then I feel sure that for a short time Bryant will observe another “return of the native.”

We appreciate your efforts in our behalf and may your energies continue to bring further gratifying results.

Roger B. Gaioni
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