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Given in marriage by her father, Mr. Vito Vallone, Miss Ann Nataline Vallone was married at the Church of the Redeemer to Mr. David Glenn Dant, December 3.
   The Rev. Ollndo Marseglls officiated at the ceremony.
   Following a reception, Mr. and Mrs. Dant left for a honeymoon in New York City, after their return they will live at 5051-A, Benning road S.E.

[Evening Star, Washington, DC, Mon, 11 Dec 1950, Page 29]

David G. Dant
   A former resident of Fairfax, VA, he is survived by his wife, Annie N. Dant; children, Michael Dant, Springfield, GA and Colleen Dant, Millsboro, DE; grandchildren, Vito Dant, Ricon, GA, Danica Sandberg, Savannah, GA, & David Sandberg, Bakersfield, CA; sister, Ruth Minovitz, Pensacola, FL. He was preceded in death by a son, Patrick David Dant, and his parents, George Ernest Dant & Garnette Candace {Edmonds} Dant.
   Interment followed Mass of Christian Burial conducted at the St. Catherine Laboure Catholic Church, Wheaton, MD, Friday, June 22, 2007.
   Mr. Dant was born in Washington and served as an Army paratrooper during World War II. He joined the Arlington fire department in 1947 and rose to the rank of captain before retiring in 1972.

(courtesy LaRae Cox)

Grave marker for David G. Dant in Block 11, Lot 864, Site 3, Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Brentwood (Prince George's county), Maryland.


David enlisted in inducted into the Army at Washington, DC on 17 July 1941,

On 8 June 1945, Pvt Dant was transferred from the 6900th Reinforcement Depot to Hq 2nd, 508th PIR.

David did not register with the draft board draft in Alexandria, VA until 11 December 1945 after he had been discharged..

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