George Dewey Sanford II (1925-1994) Marine in South Pacific during WWII and Stereotyper for The New York Times.
He was in the Marines in the South Pacific during World War II and he received a Purple Heart for being injured in action.
After the war he was a stereotyper for The New York Times.
He was married three times and he had become overweight and had diabetes near the end of his life.
He died in 1994 after a severe bout of depression when he was living in Callicoon Center in Sullivan County.
It is assumed that he was cremated.