Campi, Victor J.

Victor J. Campi

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Oral History Session #1
March 27, 1995
New Brunswick, NJ
G. Kurt Piehler
Brett Marin
Transcript Production Team:
G. Dorothy Sabatini
Dennis Duarte
Sandra Stewart Holyoak
Kathryn Tracy
Diane Brunner
Recommended Citation:
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Born and raised in Lakewood, NJ, Mr. Campi graduated from Rutgers University in 1942 with a degree in education.  He served as an artillery officer in the US Marine Corps during World War II, participating in the campaigns in the Solomon Islands, Eniwetok Atoll in the Marshall Islands, and in Nagasaki during the postwar occupation of Japan.  He served in the Reserves until 1959.  After the war, he served as an FBI agent for thirty years and a Medicare fraud investigator in NJ for ten tears.  He lived in Rumson, NJ, for most of his adult life.