Jack Fein Documentary and Last Interview

Jack Fein being buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery

Jack Fein being buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery

On March 28, 2008 at 5:32 in the morning, Jack Fein the unofficial historian of Fort Totten passed away. Fein who spent 36 years in the military is now buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

Jack Fein has been higlighted as Fort Totten’s last protector since the bases closing in 1995. Jack Fein has devoted his time to safeguarding the military bases ever fading history. Fein who has been intereviewed by The New York Times and other local papers has recently completed his final interview with Alex Lamburini. In the interview, Fort Totten’s unofficial historian reveals secrets concerning the military base as well as many of his tramatic experiences serving in the United States military. The interview also contains never before seen footage of Jack Fein’s historical workplace.

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2 Responses

  1. THANK YOU FOR THE MEMORIES

  2. SO SORRY TO HEAR OF JACKS PASSING. HE DID SO MUCH WITH MY NIECE BETTY JO TOTTEN TO PRESERVE THE FORT WITH ITS MEMORIES. I DO HOPE THERE IS SOMEONE TO CARRY ON THEIR WORK. GREATFULLY YOURS IRENE TOTTEN

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