Milton I. Levine Square


The intersection of Blue Hill Avenue and Landor Road was designated a Hero Square for Milton I. Levine.

Milton I Levine United States Army Air Force 18 February 1918 – 6 June 1944 Milton I Levine was born on February 18, 1918 in Boston. As a resident of Mattapan, Milton joined the United States Army Air Force during World War II. Milton served as Flight Officer with the 487th Bomber Group, Heavy, and the 838th Bomber Squadron. On June 6, 1944 Milton was declared missing and presumed dead over France. For the heroism displayed in his service to our country, Milton was awarded the Purple Heart, Air Medal, American Campaign Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal. Milton was survived by his parents Harry and Mae Levine and is memorialized on the Tablets of the Missing in the Cambridge American Cemetery in Cambridge, England.

Levine lived at 9 Landor Road.


Posted on

January 6, 2022

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