Trevor William Leutze
Rear Admiral, United States Navy
W. LEUTZE, RETIRED ADMIRAL, 88
WINTER PARK, Florida, Aril 25, 1966 – Rear Admiral Trevor William Leutze, retired, died here today. He was 88 years old and lived at 1169 Lakeview Drive.
Admiral Leutze’s grandfather, Emanuel Leutze, painter the famous picture “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” His father was Rear Admiral E. H. C. Leutze and his mother was Mrs. Julia Jarvis McAlpine Leutze.
He was born in Santa Barbara, California, and graduated from the United States Naval Academy and from the Corcoran Scientific School in Washington.
Decorated for his service in the Spanish-American War, in Panama and in Mexico, the Admiral in World War I was awarded the Silver Star and received the American Defense Medal for service at the start of World War II. He also held commendations from the Army and Navy and from Chile. He retired on November 1, 1942.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Leobelle Wilfret Leutze.
Photo Courtesy of Russell C. Jacobs, October 2009
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Posted:18 December 2007 Upfated: 28 October 2009