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Henry H. Whiting

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Henry Hudson Whiting (July 20, 1923 in Colorado – September 17, 2012) was a member of the Supreme Court of Virginia. Early and family life One of eight children born to Lt. Col. Edgar Mason Whiting and Helen Hudson Whiting. His godfather was General George S. Patton, an old friend of Lt. Col. Whiting's from military days. After numerous moves due to his father's military postings, Whiting's family moved in 1934 to Winchester, Virginia, where he was based the remainder of his life. He graduated from John Handley High School and attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute for one year. World War II officer Whiting enlisted in the US Army shortly after the outbreak of World War II. After attending Officer Candidate School (OCS), he received a commission as second lieutenant and initially trained officers at the OCS in Ft. Knox, Kentucky. In late 1944 he deployed to Europe as a first lieutenant in charge of a reconnaissance platoon. He witnessed the end of the Battle of the
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