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Minnesota Navy seaman killed at Pearl Harbor to be buried in hometown nearly 80 years after attack

Minnesota Navy seaman killed at Pearl Harbor to be buried in hometown nearly 80 years after attack

Joe Mazan
Updated: September 01, 2021 06:36 PM
Created: August 31, 2021 05:14 PM

Nearly 80 years after being killed fighting at Pearl Harbor, a fallen Minnesota Navy seaman is finally being brought back home.

Navy Seaman 2nd Class Lloyd Timm, of Kellogg, will be laid to rest in his hometown on Labor Day after DNA testing helped identify his remains.

Timm was 19 when he was killed on Dec. 7, 1941, aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma.


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