Edward Hamilton Chinnis
USN – WWII
Summerville, South Carolina – 03-08-19
ABOUT THE MISSION:
Mr. Chinnis was a radioman in the United States Navy from 1942 to 1946 while on the USS Dorchester during WWII. While in the Sea of Japan, Mr. Chinnis broke radio silence do to being caught in a typhoon. He had to inform command of their location during the storm. Following his service to our Nation, he worked for Seaboard Coastline Railroad before retiring after 24 years. After retirement he opened an insurance and real estate company with offices in both Charlotte and Carolina Beach, North Carolina.Obituary: https://www.jamesadyal.com/obituaries/Edward-Chinnis/#!/Obituary
PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 03-08-19
Staging Time: 09:03 AM
James A. Dyal Funeral Home
Following the briefing, we will form a flag line for the arrival of family, friends, and guests. At the start of the 11:00 am service, we will stand down and return our flags to the flag wagon and quietly depart.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.
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