Loren P. Henderson of Kennewick started in the Army Specialized Training Program and was studying at New York University during World War II in hopes of getting an engineering degree, but was transfered to the 104th Infantry Division when the ASTP was scaled back. He now lives at Hawthorne Court Retirement Community in Kennewick with his cat Abby and dog Tuffy. A family tree of portraits decorates his wall with Henderson and his wife Toni, who died in 2003, on top.
Loren P. Henderson of Kennewick started in the Army Specialized Training Program and was studying at New York University during World War II in hopes of getting an engineering degree, but was transfered to the 104th Infantry Division when the ASTP was scaled back. He now lives at Hawthorne Court Retirement Community in Kennewick with his cat Abby and dog Tuffy. A family tree of portraits decorates his wall with Henderson and his wife Toni, who died in 2003, on top. Tri-City Herald
Loren P. Henderson of Kennewick started in the Army Specialized Training Program and was studying at New York University during World War II in hopes of getting an engineering degree, but was transfered to the 104th Infantry Division when the ASTP was scaled back. He now lives at Hawthorne Court Retirement Community in Kennewick with his cat Abby and dog Tuffy. A family tree of portraits decorates his wall with Henderson and his wife Toni, who died in 2003, on top. Tri-City Herald

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