Cormany, Frank H.

Frank H. Cormany U.S. Army Air Corps WWII
Frank H. Cormany U.S. Army Air Corps WWII

Date of Birth: 7/9/1924
Died On: 2/4/1993 Last Residence: 29412 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Street Address: 109 Bradford Avenue
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army Air Corps-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-124

Frank H. Cormany was born in New York in 1924. In Rye his family lived at 109 Bradford Avenue. Frank enlisted and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II.

Judge Cormany was 68 MOUNT PLEASANT

Frank Harold Cormany, administrative law judge and resident of 1056 Cot-tingham Drive, died Feb. 4, 1993, at a Charleston hospital. He was 68.

He was a 1948 graduate of The Citadel and a 1951 graduate of the University of Virginia Law School. In 1952, he was admitted to the South Carolina Bar and was in private practice until 1954. From 1954 to 1961, he was assistant U.S. District Attorney. He returned to private practice in 1961 and was solicitor for Aiken and city attorney for North Augusta. He was appointed administrative law judge by the Secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in Charleston in 1971 and in 1973 was appointed chief administrative law judge. He resigned as chief in 1980, but continued to serve as a judge.

He was a member of The Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, where he was vestryman, Sunday School teacher and charter member of Home Bible Study. He was a former member of St. Thad-deus in Aiken, where he was junior warden and vestryman. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps in 1943-46.

Surviving are his wife, Dorothy Toole Cormany of Mount Pleasant; a daughter, Mary Louise C. Coleman of Aiken; five sons, Frank Harold Cormany Jr., David Carroll Cormany and Robert Daniel Cormany, all of Aiken, James Richard Cormany of Savannah, Ga., and Neal Bennett Cormany of Greenville; and two stepdaughters, De-bra U. Randolph of Augusta, Ga., and Carol U. Baxter of Charleston.

Services: 3 p.m. Sunday at The Episcopal Church of The Holy Communion, Charleston, with burial in Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to The Episcopal Church of The Holy Communion, 218 Ashley Ave., Charleston, S.C. 29403. - J. Henry Stuhr, Downtown Chapel, Charleston.

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