Here is some information, well according to this he was in the Navy so this makes sense that he was at a Naval Hospital. Here is his marriage information.
Name: Wilfred C Lee Birth Date: 30 Sep 1929 Death Date: 9 Nov 1992 Cause of Death: Natural 367249518 Enlistment Branch: NAVY Enlistment Date: 3 Aug 1948 Discharge Date: 31 Oct 1952 Name: Wilford C Lee Gender: Male Estimated Birth Year: abt 1930 Age: 22 Marriage Date: 12 Jul 1952 Marriage Place: Stanislaus, California, USA Spouse: Helen E Coleman Spouse Age: 18
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