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WWII veteran Daniel B. T. Lau made financing accessible to all

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                                Retired Maj. Gen. Robert G.F. Lee, above left, saluted Monday as pallbearers approached with the casket of Daniel B.T. Lau during a military interment ceremony at the National Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl.

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    Retired Maj. Gen. Robert G.F. Lee, above left, saluted Monday as pallbearers approached with the casket of Daniel B.T. Lau during a military interment ceremony at the National Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl.

  • COURTESY JEFFREY LAU
                                Tech Sgt. Daniel Lau is shown in Belgium in 1944 with Marcel Bauwens, 14, whose family helped shelter American troops. The families stayed in touch after the war.

    COURTESY JEFFREY LAU

    Tech Sgt. Daniel Lau is shown in Belgium in 1944 with Marcel Bauwens, 14, whose family helped shelter American troops. The families stayed in touch after the war.

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                                Jeffrey Lau, left, and brother Russell Lau are shown the Bronze Star medal that was presented posthumously to their father by Maj. Gen. Lee.

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    Jeffrey Lau, left, and brother Russell Lau are shown the Bronze Star medal that was presented posthumously to their father by Maj. Gen. Lee.

Daniel B.T. Lau, World War II combat veteran, pillar of Honolulu’s financial community and baseball lover, was buried Monday at Punchbowl cemetery with military honors — and after receiving a long overdue Bronze Star for his actions in the Battle of the Bulge. Read more

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