Funerals for FM3c Jasper L. Pue (World War II) and PFC William H. Jones (Korea)

| August 19, 2019

In April, DPAA announced that it had accounted for FM3c Jasper L. Pue, US Navy. FM3c Pue was lost at Pearl Harbor, HI, on 7 December 1941.

FM3c Pue will be buried on Sunday, 25 August, in Houston, Texas. Regrettably, DPAA does not seem to have posted the specific location for his funeral services or interment.

If any TAH readers have the precise location for FM3c Pue’s funeral services, please post it in comments below. And if any readers are in the area and have the time, here’s an opportunity to give someone lost during World War II a proper final send-off.

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Last September, DPAA announced that it had accounted for PFC William H. Jones, US Army. PFC Jones was lost in North Korea on 26 November 1950.

PFC Jones will be buried later this week – on Thursday, 22 August – in Arlington National Cemetery. Regrettably, DPAA does not seem to have posted the specific location for his funeral services.

If any TAH readers have the precise location for PFC Jones’ funeral services, please post it in comments below. And if any readers are in the NCR and have the time, here’s an opportunity to give someone lost during the Korean War a proper final send-off.

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    A glass will be raised and Honors Rendered in Memory of these Returned Warriors. Rest Easy in your Home Soil.

    Thanks for the update Hondo.

  2. Ex-PH2 says:

    Fair winds and following seas to both of them.

  3. Claw says:

    Unable to find anything for FM3c Pue’s funeral on 25 August.

    Visitation and service for PFC Jones was already held on 23 June and he is scheduled to be laid to rest at ANC at 0900, 22 August.

    Rest In Peace to both.

  4. Claw says:

    Update found on FM3c Pue from the Hurley Funeral Home:

    Graveside service with full military honors will be held at 9:00 am, Sunday, August 25th, 2019 at the Pleasanton City Cemetery at the corner of Bryant and Adams in Pleasanton, TX.

    Rest In Peace now in your home soil, Sailor.