My Life in the Service

The diary of Levi Chapiewsky

The End

with 2 comments

So that’s the end of the diary. Levi eventually made it back to Bangor, WI, and lead a long and fruitful life.  His post war years were probably just as interesting; it’s a shame that he didn’t keep another diary! He spent time running a distribution company, and even dabbled in inventing (eg. Illuminable Display Box for Photos , Insect Trap)! Levi passed away in December of 1986, at the age of 75.

If you are just stumbling across this site for the first time, you can start from the beginning, or check out the links in the side bar for more information. For the rest of you, thanks for reading and for all the help deciphering his handwriting. There are still a number of spots that I couldn’t quite figure out, so if you have any guesses please leave a comment!

Thanks again, and I hope you all enjoyed reading his diary as much as I did!

– Jared

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Written by mylifeintheservice

September 13, 2011 at 8:55 pm

Posted in editorial

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  1. You did an awesome job… I did enjoy reading it..!!!

    Monica

    September 16, 2011 at 6:11 pm

  2. I really enjoyed reading these. You did a great job andyes it would have been very interesting if he had kept up a diary.. Thanks Jared

    Monica Schmitz-Chapiewsky

    September 16, 2011 at 6:17 pm


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