Theodore Albert Ochsner
In 1917, when Theodore registered for the draft of World War I, he gave his name as Albert Oschner Jr., and his age as 21. He described himself as tall and slender, with brown eyes and brown hair. He was living in Chicago and worked as an electrician.
When Theodore registered for the draft of World War II, he gave his name as Albert Theodore Ochsner, age 53. He named Martha Ochsner as the person who would always know his address. He lived in Chicago and was employed by the Chester Johnson Electric Co.
Theodore's sister, Emma, was accidentally electrocuted when he was 8 years old. Did this tragedy influence his decision to become an electrician?