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Burlington WW II – Korean War – Vietnam War Monument

 
 
Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
1. Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument
east side
Inscription.
[ east side ]
Dedicated To
The Veterans Of
Burlington
Who Served In The
Armed Forces And
Died For Our Freedom

[ left plaque ]
World War II
Alderman, Ernest E. • Alderman, Leonard R. • Backes, Joseph W. 3rd • Battistoni, Alnin H. • Bendza, John W. • Benson, John H. • Bierut, Adolph J. • Bierut, Edward J. • Blanchette, Ligourie J. • Bryck, Felix A. • Bunn, Robert L. • Burningham, Elaine Douyard • Cayer, Lionel A. • Cayer, Maurice L. • Ceder, David M. • Charette, Fred • Charette, Joseph F. * • Charette, Louis • Clifford, Albert E. Jr. • Clifford, William B. • Cswercko, Stephen • Darosz, John N. * • Dlubac, Joseph A. • Dlubac, Paul • Douyard, Arthur • Drew-Bear, Robert H. • Durham, Richard Q. • Feyk, Frank W. • Fialkiewicz, Alexander • Foster, John G. * • Gastka, Alexander W. * • Gastka, Walter A. • Gezelman, Ralph L. • Gezelman, Ralph L. Jr. • Gezelman, Roger B. • Golarz, Carl E. • Golarz, John M. • Goodwin, Wilbur G. • Gotasky, Michael F. • Gotasky, John A. • Growczwicz, Adam J. • Grundwalski, Henry • Grundwalski, James • Grundwalski, Rudolph • Guerin, Joseph A. * • Guerin, Richard E. • Hartigan, Carl T. • Hartigan, William R. • Hatala, Joseph A. • Hinman, John O. • Horton, Frank E. * • Huffield, Herbert A. • Hutchinson, David M. • Hutchinson, Jonathan
Burlington Vietnam War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
2. Burlington Vietnam War Monument
west side
• Jabs, William A. • Johnson, Arthur E. • Johnson, William R. • Kaminsky, Michael Jr. • Kawecki, Edward A. • Kilduff, John F. Jr. • Kinski, Millard W. • Kobza, Pail J. • Konopas, Waldemar D. • Konopka, Charles • Konopka, Florence J. • Konopka, John • Kostrisak, John A. • Kozlak, Charles J. • Kozlak, Joseph F. Jr. • Krish, Emory • Krulik, Joseph F. • Kucia, Adam A. • Kucia, Joseph A. • Kucia, Mitchell • Kucia, Walter J. • Kuharski, Henry J. • Lyon, Frances T. • McCallum, Donald H. • Malaskiewicz, John • Merriman, Alexander H. • Merriman, Robert S. • Michel, Gerard J. • Mikosz, Walter J. • Morin, Alfred W. • Morin, Richard J. • Moyers, Carl N. • Moyers, Clyde J. • Nicksa, Theodore J. • Nicksa, Walter C. • Nuzenski, Anton J. • Parylak, Walter E. • Petroski, Frank E. • Pomaski, Leonard R. • Przybysz, Henry • Przybysz, Stanley T. • Reeve, Arthur J. Jr. • Reeve, Henry F. Jr. • Reeve, John A. • Reuber, Edward F. • Reynolds, Carlton • Reynolds, Raymond E. • Reynolds, Willard R.

[ right plaque ]
World War II
Robinson, William R. Jr. • Romaniec, Carl J. • Royko, John Jr. • Royko, Louis • Russell, Allen D. • Rzonca, Joseph T. • Sawyer, Louis • Scheidel, Anthony J. • Scheidel, Harold W. • Scheidel, Richard F. • Scheidel, Robert L. • Schwarzmann, Henry E. • Schwarzmann, John F. • Shattuck, Luther M. • Sikorsky, Stephen F. Jr. • Siennicki, Louise H. •
Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
3. Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument
east side
left plaque
Skowronski, Anthony • Stetz, Louis J. • Szydlo, Tadeusz B. • Szydlo, Stanislaw M. • Tibbetts, John L. • Tricarico, Leonard • Turner, Carrill R. Jr. • Twining, David J. • Vernesoni, Julius • Waters, Archibald E. • Watt, George C. • Withe, Stanley F. Jr. • Yarzab, Francis W. • Zionce, Edward • Zionce, John • Zionce, Stanley * • Zionce, Walter
Korean War
Adams, Donald J. • Adams, Norman E. • Allyn, Duane • Amelotte, Maurice R. • Bigwood, Joseph W. • Bodamer, Reinhardt E. • Bodamer, Rudolph • Brooks, Frederick E. • Cayer, Bernard • Cayer, George • Chard, Frederick J. Jr. • Demishack, Walter J. • Dlugokinski, Raymond S. • Douyard, Lawrence E. • Gezelman, Ralph L. • Gezelman, Ralph L. Jr. • Gezelman, Roger B. • Guerin, Rowland E. • Gilchrist, David W. Jr. • Hartigan, Carl T. • Kaminsky, John P. • King, Richard P. • Thomas A. Jr. • Kost, Bernard F. • Kost, James E. • Kozlak, August P. • Kucia, Alex • Kucia, Benjamin J. • Kucia, Frank T. • Lamoureaux, George • Legowski, Edward S. • Lomnicky, Joseph P. Jr. • Mathewson, Kenneth H. • Murdock, Erwin D. • Murdock, James L. • Perry, John I. Jr. • Reeve, Howard • Reynolds, Donald E. • Royko, Carl • Rulf, Walter O. • Vincent, Robert L. • Wollman, Frederick K. • Clarence J. Murdock

[ west side ]
Dedicated To
The Veterans Of
Burlington
Who Served In The
Armed Forces And
Died
Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
4. Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument
east side
right plaque
For Our Freedom

Vietnam
Armington, Walter L. • Austin, Jefferson P. • Barber, John C. • Barnes, Karl H. • Barnes, Paul E. • Benson, John W. • Blanchard, Dennis R. • * Blanchard, Thomas J. • Bombara, James R. • Brown, Carl R. • Brown, Raymond • Bryda, David C. • Buchanan, James G. Jr. • Buxton, Cecil Jr. • Carroll, Stuart G. • Cassidy, Brian L. • Chambers, Walter Jr. • Cochran, Donald P. • Cowdrey, Bruce C. • Crowe, William • Cswercko, Raymond • Cutter, Robert • Dulude, Phillip Jr. • Dutil, George A. III • Ellsworth, David • Everett, Richard • Fetzer, George E. Jr. • Fields, Stephen B. • Forsberg, Thomas E. • Fox, Arnold • Fridland, Clifford • Griswold, Ernie C. • Guiel, John L. • Gurski, Stephen W. • Hadsell, Luther D. • Hamernick, Jerald N. • Hinman, Paul L. • Hulten, Thomas • Humphrey, Neal • Jehnings, Gary J. • Jones, Edward E. Jr. • Kablick, Alan M. • Kaczypenski, Richard • Kellerstedt, Gary • Kellerstedt, Daniel • Kelley, George M. • Kelley, Thomas G. • Kilduff, Kenneth • Kinnarney, Robert E. • Konopka, Bruce J. • Krawiec, Andrew • Labbe, Edward J. • Lackey, Anne Marie • Lackey, Arthur A. • Lackey, Donald E. • Lakovitch, Charles A. • Lawrence, Dennis J. • Lewis, Paul K. • Lewis, William R. • Madey, John J. • Madey, Robert • Malsheske, Reinhardt A. • Masse, Michael J. • Mclaughlin, Peter • Middleton, Andrew • Middleton, David C. • Middleton,
Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
5. Burlington World War II & Korean War Monument
east side
Robert J. • Nedorostek, Mark A. • Nielson, Charles G. • Papapietro, John J. • Peck, Harland K. II • Persson, John • Peterson, John N. • Phelps, Jerry M. • Posa, Steven A. • * Preira, Dominic J. Jr. • Preira, Joseph • Quirk, Earl B. • Reichler, Eugene R. Jr. • Richardson, Frank • Royko, Louis Jr. • Shaffer, David • Scheidel, Paul F. • Scheidel, Peter F. • Scheidel, Theodore C. Jr. • Shea, Paul D. • Skinner, Richard • Smith, Wayne • Spielman, Clarence G. Jr. • Steele, Wallace Jr. • Strelau, Richard W. • Swan, Edwin B. • Szydlo, David C. • Szydlo, Gregory M. • Szydlo, Jon H. • Terranova, Donato • Truskoski, Mark L. • Vincent, Robert • Wacker, Walter • Warner, Steven • Waugh, Thomas • Wark, Glen L. • Whisher, Ronald J. • Wilusz, Robert P. • Zaniewski, Benedict M. • Edward F. Pilon, Jr. • Wayne J. Preira • Howard Reeve • James A. Revber • Jeffrey R. Roehm • Richard W. Rulf • Dwain G. Thibodeau • Peter J. Vernesoni • Phillip R. Vernesoni • David A. Fowler • Gary H. Benson • G. Daniel Griswold • John W. Herbert
 
Location. 41° 46.14′ N, 72° 57.908′ W. Marker is in Burlington, Connecticut, in Hartford County. Marker is at the intersection of Spielman Highway (Connecticut Route 4) and George Washington Turnpike, on the right when traveling east on Spielman Highway. Click for map. Marker is in this post office area: Burlington CT 06013, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers.
Burlington Vietnam War Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, July 7, 2010
6. Burlington Vietnam War Monument
west side
At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Burlington Civil War – WW I Memorial (a few steps from this marker); Burlington (within shouting distance of this marker); An Industrial History of Unionville, 1780-1880 (approx. 3.3 miles away); Collinsville’s Powerhouse Station No. 3 (approx. 3.5 miles away); The Collins Company Plow Building (approx. 3.6 miles away); Charter Oak Offspring (approx. 3.6 miles away); Collinsville- Railroad from both sides (approx. 3.6 miles away); Canton Veterans Memorial (approx. 3.7 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Burlington.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World II
 
 
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