General George B. Cantlay
George G. Cantlay, formerly of Honolulu, a retired lieutenant general in the U.S. Army, died Monday in Williamsburg, Va.
He served in three wars. He was a tank company commander in World War II, and he was in the Korean War with the 7th Infantry Division. In the Vietnam War, he was assistant division commander of the 1st Infantry Division.
Cantlay served as deputy U.S. representative and then deputy chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Brussels, Belgium.
Cantlay received the Silver Star, Bronze Star for Valor, the Purple Heart, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Service Medal and Defense DSM.
He was born in Honolulu, graduated from Punahou School and attended the University of Hawaii before entering the U.S. Military Academy. He is survived by wife Wilhelmina Davison, sons George G. III and Donald D., daughter Carolyn Cantlay Hart, sister Elspeth Kerr, and six grandchildren.