Ens. William Louden Killed in Bomber Run

Ensign William Louden, Nutley, N.J. Killed in Action(Feb. 1, 1946) -- Ensign William Louden, reported missing in action since Nov. 13, 1944, is now officially listed as dead.

Ensign Louden was on a  bombing strike when the torpedo bomber he piloted crashed in Cavite Harbor in the Philippines. He was attached to the Carrier Monterez.

Louden went through the local schools, graduating from Nutley High school.

He is survived by his mother Mrs. Flora C. Bornemann of Garden place, and a brother, Sgt. Henry C. Louden.

The Nutley Sun, January 5, 1945

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Ensign Louden Is Listed As Dead

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