Levi-Oakes-Obituary

Levi Oakes

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Levi Oakes was the last surviving member of the Mohawk tribe in Northern New York who was a code talker in World War II. Oakes served in the Pacific during the war and was awarded a silver medal and silver star for his heroism. He saw action in the Philippines and New Guinea. After his service, he worked in the iron industry in Buffalo, New York.

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I would like to express my deepest sympathies for the loss of your loved one, who will be remembered for his contribution to history. May you find comfort and strength in God during this time of mourning.

Offering my heartfelt condolences for the loss
of your love one,may the God of all comfort be
with you during this difficult time.

My condolences to the family of Levi Oakes.

Dennis Ole Christensen, born 1972
Penal Colony #3 in the Kursk Region,
Primakova Street, 23A, Lgov, Kursk Region,
307754, Russian Federatio

Huge appreciation for his willingness to serve in such a powerful and unique way

Rest in Peace warrior.

Thank you for your service Levi.

IAM grateful for your service and I will forever remembering of the times we had together. May you rest in peace my sweet friend.

Although we never met, I read with awe all Mr. Levi did as a code talker and have the greatest respect for him and our troops who sacrificed so much to help our country. May you now rest in peace and prayers for the Levi Oakes family. God bless.