77Th Med Grp/Mcclellan Hosp, Mather Air Force Base, CA

77Th Med Grp/Mcclellan Hosp

10535 Hospital Way
Mather Air Force Base, CA 95655
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Comment on 77Th Med Grp/Mcclellan Hosp - Mather Air Force Base, CA written by: Keith Normman 4 stars 2011-04-28 18:14:36 I was born at Mather AFB hospital in 1956 and made the base news
paper. There was a story Aug 10, 1956 titled Maternity History made at
Mather, there was a photo of 3 sets of twins born there and I am one
of the twins. The parents names are A/1c Selvin Norman(my dad),
Herbert Gavin and Lt John J. O'Malley. I am attempting to contact the
families. I have always wanted to locate the other twins. I would love
to meet them. I also wanted to find out if Herbert Gavin is Maj Gen.
Herbert Gavin who was stationed there in 1956. Please e-mail a
response I want to send a copy of the news article and find anyone who
knows something about this. The nurses names are Captains Margaret
Gunning and Madge Bonner and thee photographer is Johnny Moore. Thank
You


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