UMarshall Dompier of Port Angeles was one of the earliest American Cub Scouts, and likely the first former Cub Scout to die in World War II. For some reason, he’s buried at Oahu Cemetery, not at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. (Dompier image courtesy of Rob Ketcherside; cemetery map courtesy of Oahu Cemetery)ntitled design – 2024-07-10T094227.556

Marshall Dompier of Port Angeles was one of the earliest American Cub Scouts, and likely the first former Cub Scout to die in World War II. For some reason, he's buried at Oahu Cemetery, not at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. (Dompier image courtesy of Rob Ketcherside; cemetery map courtesy of Oahu Cemetery) Marshall Dompier of Port Angeles was one of the earliest American Cub Scouts, and likely the first former Cub Scout to die in World War II. For some reason, he's buried at Oahu Cemetery, not at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. (Dompier image courtesy of Rob Ketcherside; cemetery map courtesy of Oahu Cemetery)
UMarshall Dompier of Port Angeles was one of the earliest American Cub Scouts, and likely the first former Cub Scout to die in World War II. For some reason, he’s buried at Oahu Cemetery, not at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. (Dompier image courtesy of Rob Ketcherside; cemetery map courtesy of Oahu Cemetery)ntitled design – 2024-07-10T094227.556