LEON P. ISAACS|
World War II
Memories and Biography
(Taken from a letter to Will Lundy)
R3 Box 1582
02 April 1983
You don't know how much I appreciate your letter about my crew. The older you get the more you want to know what happened to them. Hated to hear that Albert and McEver have passed away.
I'm going to contact the others on my crew to see what they are doing and etc. Goldberg was a spare tail gunner flying with us regulars. Tail gunner was in the hospital name of Louis M. Nealy. He finished up his missions, came home, heard from him from address P.O. Box 452, Cotton Valley, LA 71018.
Will, I work in the Florida Highway Patrol and have only two years to go until retirement. Hope I make it. You never forget people like you.
Leon P. Isaacs