Sequim resident Roy Carter of Sequim was serving aboard the USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor when the U.S. Naval fleet was attacked on Dec. 7, 1941. Carter died on Jan. 3 at age 98. (Michael Dashiell / Sequim Gazette)

Sequim resident Roy Carter of Sequim was serving aboard the USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor when the U.S. Naval fleet was attacked on Dec. 7, 1941. Carter died on Jan. 3 at age 98. (Michael Dashiell / Sequim Gazette)

A Sequim Pearl Harbor survivor dies at 98

“At the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, there were 84,000 survivors.” In 2017, there were 2,500.

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