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Ambrose H Garber, 59

   AMBROSE H. GARBER, 59, of Merchantville, died Thursday at Kennedy Memorial Hospitals/Cherry Hill Division.
   Survivors: his wife, Anna Little Garber of Merchantville; a son, Dennis A. of Merchantville; two daughters, Denise E. Mervine of Erial and Joann M. Starkweather of San Diego; two grandchildren, and a sister, Anna Vautier of Moorestown.
   Services: visitation, 10 a.m. tomorrow, Stephenson-Brown Funeral Home, 33 W. Maple Ave., Merchantville; funeral, 11 a.m. tomorrow at the funeral home; burial, Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken.

[The [Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia , PA, Monday, October 21, 1991]

[courtesy of Angel Towes]

Grave marker for Ambrose Garber in Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken (Camden county), New Jersey.

Pvt Garber, a member of  Battery B, 320th Airborne Field Artillery Bn, was thought to be dead after a bad landing in Operation Longhorn and  evacuated by helicopter.  He was being taken to the morgue eight hours later when he awoke and asked, "Where am I?"

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