Grave markers for Clyde M and Louise C Dillender in Section
35 Site 69 of Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington (Arlington county),
Clyde was commissioned as a 2nd Lt,
Infantry Reserve on 19 May 1937 after graduating from the University of
neighbor liberally "dropped in" to see Richard S. Bradley, of Mexico,
left, recently. Bradley, touring military installations as a
member of The Defense Department's Tenth Joint Civilian Orientation
Conference, "ran into" his neighbor's son-in-law,
Lt. Col Clyde Dillender, right, during a mass parachute drop at Fort
Benning, Ga. The colonel, a battalion commander in the 508th Airborne
regimental Combat Team is the son-in-law of Ray Carroll, of Mexico.
He "looked Bradley up" after seeing his name on an official guest list.
[Mexico Ledger, Mexico, MO, 8 Nov 1951, Page 12]