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Edward Earl Younglove


Source: Seattle Post-Intelligence
Date: Tuesday, September 25, 1984
Topic: Obituary:

"Earl Younglove, 64, UW All-American"

Military funeral services for Earl Younglove 64, former University of Washington All-American football player and Navy flier, will be at 4 p.m. today at Mount Baker Presbyterian Church, 3201 Hunter Place S. Mr. Younglove, who lived in Seattle, died last Thursday. He was born in Peoria, IL., and received his bachelor of arts degree from the UW, where he was a three-year letterman, playing end. He was named an All-American player in 1941.

During World War II, he was a Navy flier and flight instructor based in Seattle area. He worked with the William O. McKay Ford dealership following the war. He was called back to active service during the Vietnam War, and retired from the Navy in 1967.

In his years of Navy service, he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross; three Air Medals: Bronze Stars, including two for Vietnam duty; a Navy Unit Commendation; Naval Reserve Medal; American Campaign Medal; Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal. His Navy duties included work as an air traffic controller and a flight instructor.

At the UW, he was a member of the Fir Tree and Oval Clubs as well as Delta Chi fraternity and the Big W Club. Mr. Younglove was active in the Seattle Art Museum. He also was the author of several magazine articles on his hobby, fly fishing, and invented several flies. He was a member of the Washington Fly Fishing Club and Ducks Unlimited.

Survivors include his wife, Shirley; children, Edward Earl Younglove III of Olympia, Stacy Lynch of Hana, Maui, Hawaii and Sloan Armstrong Younglove Jr. of Seattle; A brother, three sisters and four grandchildren.

Burial will be at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu. Remembrances are suggested to the Seattle Art Museum, Medic 1 or a favorite charity."
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4 Sep 2002