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Troy, New York 12180

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William W. Loughlin – Honor a Deceased Veteran Ceremony

November 13

WILLIAM WALTER LOUGHLIN
1955-2013

FAMILY HISTORY:
William Walter Loughlin was born on November 27, 1955 in Albany, New York to Rita G. (Miaski Loughlin) Buhl and the late William F. Loughlin, Jr.  William was the brother of Rita, Rebecca, Roberta and Denise.

EDUCATION:
William attended Albany City Schools and graduated from East Greenbush Central Schools.

HISTORY:
William enlisted in the United States Air Force on May 28, 1974 in Albany, New York.  He served at the Maguire Air Force Base in New Jersey, where he was an Electrical Power Production Specialist.  He was the recipient of the National Defense Service Medal and the Air Force Regulation 900-48 (Combat Crew Badge).  William was honorably discharged on March 15, 1978.

PERSONAL:
William is survived by Violet Marie Candrilli and he is the father of Jamie, Jennifer and Jessica; and the grandfather of Mackenzie, Jack, Wren and Samuel.

WORK EXPERIENCE:
William worked as a mechanic for the City of Albany, Department of General Services.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES/ORGANIZATIONS:
William was a member of the American Legion.

William enjoyed family picnics at the tree farm, hunting, fishing and bowling with friends.

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November 13
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