His brother, Daniel F. Williams, born 24 April 1921, served in the U.S. Marine Corps, a Major, #0-23085, during WW II from 30 July 1942 to 8 July 1946 and stayed in the Reserves. He died on 13 March 1954 and was buried in the Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California on 19 March 1954 (Sec. R, Grave 127). He flew the Corsair fighter and crashed on take-off from Los Alamitos Naval Air Station assigned to Marine Fighter Squadron 241, Marine Air Reserve Training Command. He served in the Pacific theater of war and took part in the attack on Rabaul. He was awarded the Air Medal.
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