Lieutenant Vandermark, 28, had been a resident of Lowell the past four years, coming here to take charge of the automatic telephone system when the Bell Company changed to dial phones. He enlisted in the Signal Corps in September, 1941, and was commissioned a Lieutenant in October, 1942.
He was united in marriage to Miss Arline LaMotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arleigh LaMotte, one year ago and his wife has spent much of the time while he was in service with him. She arrived home Jan. 17 from Boston, Mass., where he had been stationed, and had not heard from him since she left that city. Lieut. Vandermark was with his company in camp at that time, and it is supposed that they left for overseas soon after.
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