James O'Neal Pleasant 1936-62

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Jim Pleasant 1936   Jim Pleasant in basic training 1939

 

Jim Pleasant and buddy in the Navy 1939

 

   
Jim Pleasant watching President Roosevelt's parade 1940   Jim Pleasant NAS Pensacola 1940   Jim Pleasant on leave for his father's funeral Angier, North Carolina September 1941

 

 
Jim Pleasant 1942   Jim Pleasant 1944

 

Jim Pleasant in the Navy during the middle of his combat training El Centro, California December 1943

 

 
Jim Pleasant 1945   Jim Pleasant home on survivors' leave 1945

 

 
Jim Pleasant North Carolina 1945

 

 
Jim Pleasant's 1942 Mercury   Jim, Tresia and Lillian Pleasant 1945

 

"Freedom's Cost" By R.C. Moore
This is a painting depicting the attack on the USS Gambier Bay by Japanese forces October 25, 1944.  Jim Pleasant was aboard this ship when the attack happened and was one of the survivors, having spent several days in shark infested waters before being rescued.
About the painting
View USS Gambier Bay and VC-10 Crew List

Read more about the USS Gambier Bay (CVE-73)

 

   
Jim Pleasant 1946   Jim Pleasant during the time he sang with the Cavaliers gospel quartet 1946   Jim Pleasant  1951

 

 
Jim Pleasant in Iowa during a visit to the Stangeland farm 1952   Jim Pleasant mowing the lawn at the Stangelands' farm in Iowa during his family's visit in 1952

 

Jim Pleasant (second from right) with the Cavaliers gospel quartet 1953
Floyd Cooper, Bill Jones, Jim Pleasant, Reynolds, Gaynelle Jones pianist

 

 
Jim Pleasant, Hudson Springs on the sound in Navarre. Pam in foreground, Maudie in the background 1958   Jim and Lillian Pleasant's home 1961

 

 
The remains of Jim and Lillian Pleasant's home after a deadly tornado hit Milton in 1962

 

 
The remains of Jim and Lillian Pleasant's home after a deadly tornado hit Milton in 1962 The family jumped in the bed in the room to the right of the photo and covered up the children and somehow survived the tornado   The remains of Jim and Lillian Pleasant's home after a deadly tornado hit Milton in 1962

 

 
The remains of Jim and Lillian Pleasant's home after a deadly tornado hit Milton in 1962


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