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Belton Funeral Home

422 East Dayton Yellow Spring
Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 879-0800
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Burcham M Skip Funeral Director

119 East Main Street
Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 878-0711
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Byron Cemetery and Mausoleum

3256 Trebein Road
Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 878-9700
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Fairfield Cemetery

720 Clover Street
Fairborn, OH 45324
(937) 754-3093
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AP-USDA-Midwest Regional Eggs - WHIO

Monday, December 05, 2016

PMBy: Chris Stewart“One of the guys got up and looked out the window and said, ‘Them’s Japanese planes.’ And somebody else yelled, ‘Shut up and go back to bed.’”Rolla “Ed” Malan of Fairborn, 93, who was at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, as a Navy machinist mate on the USS Preble.For a video of Ed Malan’s firsthand account of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, go to mydaytondailynews.comRuss Joslin enjoys history. And when the Navy veteran from Fairborn wants to learn more about one of the most pivotal days in American naval history he simply walks the 12 feet to neighbor Ed Malan’s front door and knocks.“With him still being here, history is still alive, and that’s important,” says Joslin about his 93-year-old neighbor and Pearl Harbor survivor. “When you read it in a book it’s not the same thing. When you’re seeing it in a movie, it’s not the same thing. It’s not the same thing as having a real part of history with you.”In a not-too-distant future, the only way Americans may remember the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 72 years ago today will be through written history and Hollywood movies. Living survivors like Malan, who joined the Navy in 1939, are in their 90s now. A vast majority of the veterans who returned home safely f...

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AP-USDA-Midwest Regional Eggs - WHIO

Monday, December 05, 2016

PMBy: Chris Stewart“One of the guys got up and looked out the window and said, ‘Them’s Japanese planes.’ And somebody else yelled, ‘Shut up and go back to bed.’”Rolla “Ed” Malan of Fairborn, 93, who was at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, as a Navy machinist mate on the USS Preble.For a video of Ed Malan’s firsthand account of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, go to mydaytondailynews.comRuss Joslin enjoys history. And when the Navy veteran from Fairborn wants to learn more about one of the most pivotal days in American naval history he simply walks the 12 feet to neighbor Ed Malan’s front door and knocks.“With him still being here, history is still alive, and that’s important,” says Joslin about his 93-year-old neighbor and Pearl Harbor survivor. “When you read it in a book it’s not the same thing. When you’re seeing it in a movie, it’s not the same thing. It’s not the same thing as having a real part of history with you.”In a not-too-distant future, the only way Americans may remember the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 72 years ago today will be through written history and Hollywood movies. Living survivors like Malan, who joined the Navy in 1939, are in their 90s now. A vast majority of the veterans who returned home safely f...