Biography of George Holveck, Jr.
CCC Man, Company 867, Juanita Springs, Colorado
George Holveck praised the CCC since he had no job when he graduated from Friend High School in Chickasha, Oklahoma in 1933. He joined the CCC and was sent to Fort Sill where his company was organized. His Company was Company 867 under the Command of Lieut. J. M. Burdge. They left Fort Sill on May 29, 1933 to go to their Camp. He was a truck driver while in the C.C.C. Camp at Juanita Springs, Colorado. Many roads were constructed by the CCC workers.
George Holveck, my husband, died in December, 1985 after living in Arizona for 50 years.
----- T. Holveck
Allotment Notice, George Holveck, Jr., CCC Man, Company 867, Juanita Springs, Colorado
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