November 2, 1923 (Whitefield, NH) – May 16, 1944; 20 years old; unmarried
Last local address: 16 Putnam Avenue, South Norwalk
Enlisted on December 9, 1942
Service number: 11083285
Corporal Frank was an aerial gunner, and one of seven airmen killed when B-25C Mitchell #42-32366 crashed, one mile west of Greenville Army Airfield, South Carolina.
From Greenville (SC) News, May 17, 1944
Seven occupants of a medium B-25 bomber from the Greenville Army Air Base died when the ship crashed and burned about three-fourths of a mile east of the base yesterday afternoon about 4:30 it was announced last night by Colonel Oliver H. Stout, commanding officer of the base. Four of the men had wives living in Greenville. Corporal Henry J. Frank, 20, armorer – gunner, South Norwalk, Connecticut.
Corporal Frank is buried at Gethsemane Cemetery, Athol, Worcester County, Massachusetts, St. Mark Section, Row I, Lot 4.