Edward D. Oyler Killed in Action

Sgt. Edward D. Oyler, 24, was killed in action in Italy on May 11, 1944.

The son of Edgar and Marion Oyler, 21 Freeman Place, he is survived by sisters Dorothy and Ruth.

Oyler enlisted on July 7, 1942, at Newark, N.J.

He served with Company F 351 Infantry 80 Division. His service Number is 32389266

His remains were repatriated from Carano, Italy, and interred on Dec. 1, 1948, in Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly, NJ.

Edward D. Oyler, Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly, NJ.


Sgt. Edward D. Oyler, of Nutley, NJ. KIA, Italy, May 11, 1944


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