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Uhl, Timothy George (P3, C2, L5)

timothy george uhl headstonePrivate First Class Timothy George Uhl of Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, died on 12 January 1975 in an auto accident returning home from training. Uhl enlisted in the Kentucky Army National Guard's Service Battery 2nd Battalion, 138th Field Artillery Battalion on 19 December 1974. Drill was dismissed early on only his second ever day of drill due to hazardous driving conditions. Uhl left the armory and died in a single car accident on Parkers Mill Road returning home from drill. Uhl, a native of California, had previous military service with the U. S. Air Force from July 1965 to January 1969. Uhl perished in the same accident as his comrade Sergeant Glave Thomas Powell. Uhl is buried in Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County, California.

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