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Easton World War II & Korean War Monument

 
 
Easton World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 5, 2010
1. Easton World War II & Korean War Monument
Inscription.
Lest We Forget
In Memory Of The Easton Veterans
Of World War II And Korea

Albers, Jack Allen, G.I. Allison, Robert Anton, Richard Anton, Robert C. Baksay, John Jr. Ballantyne, Arthur S. Ballantyne, James R. Barbieri, Frank E. Bartosik, Edmund W. Bartosik, Felix B. Bartosik, Vernon * Beausoliel, Bernard Bechtel, Elliott H. Belko, Ronald J. Bellassi, Salvatore Beno, George A. Benton, Philip E. Besse, Elmer Bibbins, Winthrop Bilash, Edward W. Borgman, Rune E. Bratz, Ernest Bratz, Rudolph Brett, Bruce Y. Brett, George P. III Burnham, George R. Burns, Edmund S. Burroughs, Robert O. Burroughs, S. Sanford Campbell, Edward D. Candee, Fred B. Jr. Candee, Harold R. Candee, J. Raymond Canfield, Clarence Canfield, William Carmichael, James R.K. Carmichael, John Chatfield, John F. Jr. Clark, Edwin N. Coon, William L. Crossman, William A. Crumb, Clarence Crumb, Philip Crumb, Roy Dennis, George Dew, Kenneth E. Dickinson, Charles Dickinson, Wesley C. Donnelly, Hubert J. Jr. * Drown, Calvin Dudley, Herbert L. Easter, Lawrence Eastwood, Arthur Eastwood, Eugene G. Esten, Lynn Fedor, John Fensky, Arthur Fodor, William Forsell, Louis R. Fox, Douglas Gade, John W. Gaito, Donald R. Garrity, William J.
Easton World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 5, 2010
2. Easton World War II & Korean War Monument
Jr. Gilleo, Burton Gillette, Edward S. Gordon, David Gordon, John M. Gould, Myron V. Groschel, Wilbur Gustafson, Dorothy Gustafson, Raymond N. Halliwell, John R. Halzack, George Jr. Halzack, Nicholas Halzack, Peter Harkin, Edwin R. Henry, Ray Henseler, William J. James, William * Johnson, August Johnson, Edward Jr. Johnson, John Johnson, Robert * Joslin, Cedric Kaechele, Clifford Kaechele, Fred Kahrs, Henry Jr. Kaminski, Alexander M. Kay, Vincent A. Jr. Kerrins, Richard D. King, John L. Knaur, Peter R. Knazur, Andrew Knight, Edward C. Knoderer, W. Bruce Kochan, Edward J. Kolesar, Andrew Jr. Kolesar, Peter Kosa, Ernest A. Koski, Inga Krisko, Albert M. Lambdin, Charles Lasch, John G. Lazor, George M. Crumb, Palmer Laskay, Anthony Charles N. Jr. Lindsay, Richard M. Linley, Arthur H. Logan, Charles Jr. Lopez, Bruce M. Maas, Charles F. Maquat, Harold R. Marcantonio, Fred J. Marlin, Alfred D. Marlin, Franklin Marlin, John C. Marlin, Robert Marsh, Kenneth Matthews, Merritt A. Matthews, W. Ashley Mealia, Stanley L. McCubbin, John McDade, Harold Miller, Donald J. Mills, Donald H. Edward * Minor, Charles E. Mlinar, Andrew Jr. Mlinar, Carl Mlinar, Edward Morse, Edward H. Nagy, Frank J. Nagy, James L. Nash, Donald Nash, Norman Nichols, Arthur
Easton World War II & Korean War Monument Marker image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 5, 2010
3. Easton World War II & Korean War Monument Marker
Nichols, Stanley B. Noy, Henry b. O'Hara, Elmer V. Ohradan, Martin Jr. O'Mara, Charles B. Palumbo, John Pavlick, Joseph Peck, Robert Perkins, Franklin H. Phillips , Giles T. Piccot, Arthur R. Pierron, Arthur Pierron, Edward F. Pollitt, Evan Pollitt, William J. Rand, George Rehl, John M. Jr. Remenyi, Alexander Renner, John Reppucci, Francesco Reppucci, Janette Repucci, Andrew Repucci, Joseph Riordan, William Rogers, Raymond Rowland, Lawrence N. Rosheger, Vincent Rubel, Ros Rudolph, Charles G. * Ruman, Charles L. Ruman, Elizabeth A. Ruman, William Scott, Sherwood L. Silhavy, Joseph L. Simpson, Francis P. Smith, Oliver * Spellacy, Paul Stanczyk, John S. Stanczyk, Joseph Svanda, Albert Svanda, Peter Svanda, Peter L. Svetlik, Albert D. Svetlik, Edward Svetlik, George Svetlik, John M. Svihra, Robert Swing, Peter Gram Taylor, Henry H. Thompson, Crawford Trup, Joseph A. Jr. Turney, Fred C. Turney, William F. Tuttle, Clifford H. Jr. Valalik, Frank Van Kleek, Harvey Van Kleek, James Van Kovics, Julius P. Warrington, Benjamin Wells, Volney C. Wheeler, Alan S. Whittier, David H. Wilkes, Norris Wilkins, Philip G. Jr. Wilkins, Sherman W. Wilkins, Gilbert E. Willis, Sanford Wood, Arthur H. Woodward, Royce A. Wright, William B. Yamnicky, Robert Yamnicky, William Jr. Zokas, Herbert V. Zokas, Walter
 
Location. 41° 15.173′ N, 73° 17.816′ W. Marker is in Easton, Connecticut, in Fairfield County. Marker is at the intersection of Center Road and Morehouse Road, on the right when traveling east on Center Road. Click for map. Located in front of Easton Town Hall. Marker is at or near this postal address: 225 Center Road, Easton CT 06612, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Easton (a few steps from this marker); Easton Remembers (approx. 1.4 miles away); Tashua Hills (approx. 2.5 miles away); Long Hill World War I Memorial (approx. 4 miles away); Jonathan Trumbull (approx. 4 miles away); Trumbull Veterans Memorial (approx. 4.1 miles away); Trumbull World War I Memorial (approx. 4.1 miles away); Stepney Fire House #1 (approx. 4.1 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Easton.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, World II
 
 
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