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An Ontonagon native, Lowell Earl Valley, who served in World War II at Pearl Harbor has been identified by DNA. He is the last of three Upper Peninsula men who were killed during an attack on the USS Oklahoma on Dec. 7, 1941. His brother Bob Valley of Gladstone called the Daily Globe and said he was notified by the Navy Casualty office in Millington, Tenn.



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