Woodbury County

Lloyd E. Sease




Men in Service.

Kenneth D. Speer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Speer, 4005 Floyd Avenue; Lloyd E. Sease, son of Carl Sease, 406 S. Helen Street and John Melvin Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Foster Thompson, 3259 Nebraska Street, have arrived at Carroll College, Waukesha, Wis., for basic army air force instruction.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, April 3, 1943


Aviation Cadet Lloyd E. Sease, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Sease, 406 S. Helen street, has arrived at Enid Army air field, Oklahoma, for a nine-week basic flying course. He received his primary flying training at Mustang field, El Reno, Okla.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, December 21, 1943

Five Sioux Cityans were among the men commissioned second lieutenants And who were graduated recently as 11 southwest advanced flying schools for pilots of the A.A.F. training command.

The Sioux Cityans, their addresses and the field where they were trained are Robert W. Essig, 2350 Nash Street, Ellington field, Texas; Orville K. Goodier, 3511 Garretson Avenue, Blackland; Harry L. McGraw, 1845 S. Cedar Street, Lubbockfield, Texas; Donald W. Schoen, 2359 Decotah Street, Fosterfield, Texas and Lloyd E. Sease, 406 S. Helen Street, Moorefield, Texas.

Source: Sioux City Journal, April 18, 1944 (photo included)