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Driver Dies In Bozeman

   BOZEMAN (AP) - Billie L. O'Malley, 53, of Spokane, Wash., was found dead late Thursday night when his car struck a pole in Bozeman. Acting Coroner Alexander Schmall said Friday the death resulted from a heart condition and not the accident.
   Schmall said an autopsy revealed that O'Malley's death was due to aneurism of the aorta.

[The Billings Gazette, (Billings, MT, 09 Aug 1969, Sat, Other Editions, Page 10]

[courtesy of Sue Tanner]

Grave marker for Bill L. O'Malley in Space 15, Lot 65, Lawn-Garden of Faith, Greenwood Memorial Terrace. Spokane (Spokane county), Washington.

Billie, as he was christened, enlisted in the Army at Seattle, WA on 12 July 1943.

Pv O'Malley first appears in available 508th Morning Reports on 29 October 1943 when he was  relieved from attachment to Rear Detachment, 508th PIR to Company G.

On 21 July 1944 he was promoted to the grade of T/5.





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