Earl L. Fraim was born on June 23, 1910 to Isaac and Ella Fraim who lived in Oxford, Pennsylvania. Earl was an only child. His father worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Before the service, Earl was employed at the Gas Products Company in Oxford.
Earl entered the Army in January, 1944. He was sent overseas in July and served with the 9th Infantry Regiment 2nd Infantry Division.
Private Earl L. Fraim was killed in action on August 11, 1944 in France. He is buried in the Brittany American Cemetery
, at St. James France.
Earl survived was by his wife and and daughter Ruth, who was eight years old at the time of his passing.
Research by Don Wambold, WCMSC