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Irving Danzig U.S. Army Air Corps WWII
Irving Danzig U.S. Army Air Corps WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 6/11/1924
Died On: 8/13/2007
Street Address: 10 Hewlett St.
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army Air Corps-WWII

Veteran Code: USAAC-40


BIOGRAPHY
 
Irving Danzig

Irving Danzig was born in Springfield, MA on June 11, 1924 to Phillip and Sylvia Levin Danzig. He had one brother Fred. The family moved to The Bronx, and after a few years they settled in Rye and lived at 10 Hewlett St.. Irving was a Rye High School Graduate, Class of 1941.

After graduation, he enlisted in 1943 and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. Irv worked In Army Airways Communication System Message Center on Hickam Field in Honolulu.

Upon his return, he received his teaching degree from NYU. In June of 1946, he married Eleanor Bogrow and they lived happily for 35 years before her passing in 1981.

Prior to his long and successful career in the Valhalla School District where he taught Phys Ed, Irv worked for the City Of Rye and later the City of Mt. Vernon, Parks & Recreation Dept.

Irv attended his 50th High School reunion in 1991. Six months after their graduation on June 24, 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor plunging the United States into the war that many had viewed as a European concern.

Reminiscing recently several class members said the US entry into the war came as a shock. The war had not loomed darkly over the normal activities of the close knit class. ”It was a fun time we had no big cares” said Irving Danzig a retired physical education teacher who returned to live in Rye in I989 “We didn't get involved in any of the poiltics involved with Chamberlin or Churchill or any of that. We were concerned with getting grades, to go to school, with football games"


Irving Danzig, of Ocala FL, formerly of Rye and N. White Plains NY, passed away on Monday, August 13, 2007 at Legacy House in Ocala, Florida.

Irv was survived by his wife, Ruthie; his loving daughters, Amy of Ocala and Beth Boettigheimer (Tom) of N. White Plains. His much-loved grandchildren, Rachel and Jeffrey Boettigheimer; brother, Fred (Edith) of Eastchester, nieces, nephews and countless friends will all miss him deeply.


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