Remains Of Korean War Vet From Ohio Return Home

Jul 27, 2016

Charles White Junior

The remains of a U.S. soldier from Ohio who was killed in the Korean War are back home.

The remains of U.S. Army Corporal Charles White Junior arrived yesterday in Columbus for burial in his hometown of New Lexington. White died in 1950 at a prisoner of war camp.  His remains were buried with only a number until DNA tests confirmed his identity. Services for White will be held on Friday in New Lexington.