Regardless, I do know he left Maryland and made his way to Fort Benning, Georgia to join the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment. He passed training, shipped out with the 506th to England and finally, jumped from his 'stick' on D-Day.
He died that day.
His entire life is summed up in an entry on wwiimemorial.com:
Entered the Service From: Baltimore, Maryland
Service: U.S. Army, 506th Parachute Infantry Regt, 101st Airborne Division
Died: Tuesday, June 06, 1944
Buried at: Normandy American Cemetery
Location: Colleville-sur-Mer, France
Plot: C Row: 16 Grave: 46
Awards: Purple Heart