From Findagrave #68109034.
Charles Kreiner was listed as missing in WWII flying over the Marianas Islands. He was a Sargent in the U.S. Army Air Forces. He also has a Findagrave Memorial #56113465, Tablets of the Missing Honolulu Memorial, Plot: Courts of the Missing in Action or Buried at Sea.
Awarded: Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster & Purple Heart
Division: 484th Bomber Squadron,505th Bomber Group,Very Heavy.
From the Harrisburg Telegraph, 6 May 1946
Widow Receives Bronze Star
Wiconisco — Sgt. Charles Kreiner, a son of Mrs. Alberta Kreiner, Wiconisco, is reported killed in action by War Department. He had been previously reported as missing in action since 27 June 1945 in the Pacific area.
From the Harrisburg Evening News, 8 August 1946:
Letters Issued in Estate of Sgt. Charles Kreiner
Letters of administration in the $580.08 estate of Sgt. Charles E. Kreiner, late of Wiconisco Township, who was reported missing 19 May 1945, while in military service in the vicinity of the Tinian Island, were issued in the Courthouse yesterday to his mother, Mrs. Alberta W. Kreiner, Halifax, R.D. 1.
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Cenotaph. Charles E. Kreiner is recognized at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. He was born 24 April 1925 in Williamstown, Dauphin County, and was killed in action in World War II, on or about 19 May 1945 near the Marianas Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Findagrave Memorial #68109034. He is also recognized at the Courts of the Missing, Honolulu, Hawaii. Findagrave Memorial #56113465.