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North Canaan Korean - World War II – Vietnam Veterans Monument

 
 
North Canaan Korean - World War II – Vietnam Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
1. North Canaan Korean - World War II – Vietnam Veterans Monument
Inscription.
[ left plaque ]
North Canaan Honor Roll
Korean Conflict June 27, 1950 to July 27, 1954
Amphlett James Bechetti Frank Baldesseri Remo J Baldwin Lester Ball Bert J 3rd Bartlett Gerald L Bathrick Richard G Beaujon Leroy Y Beaujon Ross A Beligni Aldo P Boibeaux Louis A Bonetti Joseph D Broggi Dominic V Brown Abraham M Cairns Thomas J Carley Henry G Carlson Elihu J Casey Robert W Cheseboro Leon F Christinat Edward F Condon Eben K Consolini Robert L Coon Leion J Jr. Coon Robert S Curtiss Harold F Curtiss John L Curtiss Joseph G Curtiss Louis R Curtiss Willard R Cushman John M Deferari Anthony J Dings Richard G E,Mmons Lester Fallon Jeremiah T Jr. Fallon Patrick J Foley Thomas J Jr. Garfield Robert W. Gaylord Robert I Ghi John P Ghi Tomasso G Godburn Donald M Gandolfo Nicholas A Jr. Grannan Bruce T Hatch Donald J Hayden Watson K Jr. Hurley Charles P Jr. Keener David P Killawee Mary E Killawee Thomas R Kobliski Sigmund J Klopsis Peter S King Everett L Lawson Peter G Leffingwell Burton C Leffingwell John V Lowell Russell A Luminati Peter C Madsen Ivor M Massini Henry Jr. Massini Richard F McGuire James F Miller Bernard F Miller Daniel P Miller Frank N Minacci Donald C Minacci John
Korean Conflict image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
2. Korean Conflict
F Missaggia John P Missaggia Peter A Nalwalk Andrew J Noble Hugh Jr. Ovitt Ronald W Perkins Neil H R Frederick Perotti Robert A Raynard Donald P Riva Leroy Riva Louis G Riva Russell J Jr. Rush Clyde E Rush Olen J Schaefer George W Searle Maurice O Sieller John F Segalla Constantino L Shultz Eugene L Skinner Warren G Smith Carl M Sondrini John R Stanton Ralph H Stillson Gordon Jr. Stoecker Emil P Strattman Harold E Strattman Irving S Taylor Arthur E Tinker Edward R Testa Joseph A Tierney John C Tripp James R VanValck Albery F VanValck Maurice R Ward John S Weber Lewis T Whiteford Thomas C * Zukowski Richard A

[ center plaque ]
Proudly We Pay Tribute to the Men and Women of North Canaan Who Answered
Their Country's Call in World War #II 1941 - 1945
Adam Douglas G Adams Leon E Allyn J Arthur Allyn Leslie D Allyn Louis E Jr. Allyn Ralph G Allyn Rolland B Allyn Walter G Amenta Paul J Amerighi Ferruccia M Amerighi Gordon B Amerighi Quinto C Avery Robert C Babuin Etore P Bailey Donald J Bagnaschi Angel H Beaupre Tracy H Jr. Beebe Harold K Beebe Keith N Beligni Alfred P Bergenty John H Bergenty Richard E Bianchi Eleanor L Bianchi John F Bianchi John L Bierce Carlton R Black Leslie D Black Ralph L Jr. Black William
World War II image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
3. World War II
B Blass Oliver F Blass Warren J Blodgett Alan H Blodgett Charles R Blodgett Donald R Blodgett Willis G * Boardman Earl W Bongiolatti Louis A Bongiolatti Plino D Boscardin Francis J Bossi Camille Boylen Stephen A Bradburn William L Broggi Joseph E Brown Carl G Brown George F Jr. Brown Gertrude B Brown Jesse S Bushey William E Byers Benjamin D Byers George E Jr. Byers Wheaton B Caldwell Leonard A 3rd Caldwell Mildred C Cameron William B Cardinal Henry M Carley George D Carley Peter G Cecchinato Anthony F Cheseboro Leon Chetini Atoni Cleary Peter J Cobb Edward H Coe Victor M Jr. Cohen Irving M Comstock Lydia M Conklin Albert R Conklin Edward C Consolini Louis Consolini Marco Consolini Philip E Consolini Santo Consolini Victor M Contoreggi Fredinando A Couch Francis D Couch Ivan J * Couch Lewis D Couch Marjorie D Curtis Arnold B Dalone Lester H Darada John R DaRe Amerigo J Davis David C Deferari Joseph A Jr. Delaini Andrew P Delaini Egilio P DelDuca James V Dempsey John H DeProdocini Bruno A Dickinson Charles E Drolett Joseph E Ducillo James D Ducillo Joseph P Durand Oliver C Dulude Philip L Emmons Edwin Emmons Roger Faedi Alfred Faedi John F Fallon Francis J Jr. Feathers Earl F Feathers John Feathers William D Ferris George H Fitch George
Vietnam Conflict image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
4. Vietnam Conflict
R Fitzgerald James E Fitzgerald John W Foley Francis N Foley Warren Jr. Fracaro John J Fracaro Theresa M Franks Merrill E Frink Raymond E Frost Donald C Fuller Barbara H Fuller Oliver T Fungo Joseph Ganci William A Gandolfo Anthony R Gandolfo Francis A Garfield Duane A Garfield Francis L Garfield James A Jr. Gasperini John E Jr. Gasperini John E Jr. Gasperini Peter L Gatti Allan A Gatti Louis L Geller Sidney J Giulian Emil V Giulian Frederick W Giulian Henry E Goggin John F Goggin Walter J Goodwin Elizabeth A Green Francis G Griffin Frederick Griffin Freeman Hale Harold H Hall Frederick J Hallihan William J Hanson Hugh L Hanson Irvin F Hanson Nathan C Harden Ross Hardenbergh N Watson Jr. Harrington Orbin Hart William C Hayes Duane B Hess Paul L Hitchcock C Frank Holladay James B * Holladay John A Hugins Almon L Hurley Charles P Hutchinson Charles J Irwin Francis J Johnson Robert F Kane James E Kane John J Keener David F Keener Roger L Kelley John W Knight Robert A Kobliski Frank J Lanfranchi Amonsio P Lardi Arthur S Lardi Dominic M Lardi John A Lardi William H Lathrop Richard N Leggett John D Leonard Ira Lowell Ernest M Lowell Ralph A Luminati Joseph M Macleod John A Maddock George H Marcon Alicia C Marcon William A Marshall Albert
Marker behind the Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
5. Marker behind the Monument
This Tree Planted in Memory Of
Private Charles J. O'Connell
Who Died in France
Oct. 30, 1919
Bat. D 341st Field Art.
D Marshall George M Martin Barbara J Masters Richard A Mather James A Mather Raymond G May Robert D McCarthy Francis W McGuire Edward H Menti Joseph Menti William C Mazzofalco Ida Milcowitz Milton Miller Kenneth R Miller Kent B Miller Malcolm J Milnes Russell H Minacci Felix I Minacci Isaia Jr. Moore Gerald R Morris William J Jr. Mosley Arthur B Mosley Ivan F Mullen John F Murphy Charles J Nagle Matthew C Negri John J Negri Michael Negri Natale D Neumann William L Newman Kenneth L Newman Ralph F O'Neil Michael F Osborne Edwin M Ostapko Stanley V Palmer Lee M Palmer Martin F Parola Joseph J Paul Frederick W Jr. Paviol Raymond H Pearce Ralph J Pendergast William J Perantoni Chester Perantoni Joseph M Perotti Elio J Perotti Frederick C Perotti John J Perotti Serene J Phair Richard J Pickert Harold W Pipa Joseph * Pipa Louis Piretti Bartolomeo Piretti Bruno J Place Winslow G Pratt Edwin F Preston Charles R Pushard Herbert E Randall Ralph B Jr. Randolde Joseph L Rassiga Francis J Rassiga Jerry R Rassiga Louis L Raynard Chester S Reel Lorren W Renshaw Merlin R Richardson Howard W Richardson Roy E Riva Angelo G Riva Ernest P Riva Paul P Roberts Clifford L Rocholl Kenneth O Rood George A Roraback Raymond B Roulin Elmer P Roulin Robert L
Marker behind the Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
6. Marker behind the Monument
This Tree Planted in Memory Of
Nurse Eula May Saygers
Who Died at Florence, Ala.
Oct. 21, 1918
Red Cross Nurse
Rutledge Kenneth B Rutledge Leonard J Ryan Joseph A Salisbury Albert J Salisbury Frederick W Salisbury Herbert F Sanford Wilson J Sciessere John D Scriber Earl M Scudella Frederick Sebben Angel M Sebben Dominic Sebben Guido J Sebben Martin J Segalla Antonio D Segalla Anthony J Segalla Constantino L Segalla Dorothy K Segalla John F Segalla Leo R Segalla Louis J Segalla Stanley J Seichick Aaron A Sellew Robert C Jr. Shaskin Abraham M Shaw Richard C Skinner Norvan G Smedick Earle E Smith Francis D Smith James A Sondrini William J Spadaccini Morris Spencer Donald A Spoth Joseph C Stanton Ralph H Stanton Samuel H Staples Frederick T Staples John H Stevens Gladys R Stillson Gordon Jr. Stineford Lawrence R Stoecker Ernest M Jr. Stoecker Herman F Stone Wendell B Stow George W Jr. Strattman Clayton W Sylvernale Robert Tanner Chester E Tanner George A Tanner Richard R Tatsapaugh Melville H Taylor Emanuel Taylor Harold R Taylor Russell L Thompson Robert W Tierney Bernard A Tierney James F Tintle John G Togninalli Guido G Togninalli Reno J Topping John W Tracy Harlan P Tracy Theodore J Trant Thomas J Tripp Kenneth Trumbull Albert H Tuller Wayne Ustico Edward C Valinaggi Domenic Veronesi Bernetto N Voseburgh Orville E Voseburgh Vernon R Warner Irving
Marker behind the Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
7. Marker behind the Monument
This Tree Planted in Memory Of
Private Alfred C. Caldwell
Who Died in Camp Devens
Sept. 21, 1918
8th Co. 10th Bat. Depot Brigade
S Warner Robert W Weaver Archie J Welch Robert B Wells Charles H Wetmore Alan S Whiteley John H Wohlfert Frederick B Yale Raymond W Zavagnin Antonio J Zavagnin Louis A Zimmerman William F Zucco Angelo J Zucco Frank J Zucco Oliver A Zucco Primo T
[ right plaque ]
North Canaan Honor Roll
Vietnam Conflict August 5, 1964 to August 15, 1973
Adams, William F. Allyn, Donald R. Bagnaschi, Angelo Barratt, Stuart R. Jr. Bathrick, Ronald L. Bathrick, Russell G. Jr. Bergenty, Steven C. Blodgett, Donald R. Jr. Bongiolatti, John J. Bongiolatti, Louis A. Jr. Boscardin, Richard A. Britton, Robert L. Bushey, Frederick W. Bushey, George J. Bushey, Frank C. Calhoun, Peter E. Jr. Cantele, Anthony J. Carlson, John C. Cecchinato, Louis A. Jr. Christinat, Donald A. Christinat, Robert L. Conlogue, Mark L. Coon, Leon A. Jr. Coon, Robert S. Coon, Samuel R. Curtis, Allan R. Curtis, Clarence W. Curtiss, James D. Curtiss, William G. Delaini, Bruce E. Dixon, Richard D. Dower, John J. Dower, Ronald E. Downey, Kevin J. Dyson, Albert O. Jr. Fallon, Ronald Feathers, John R. Finney, William T. Fitts, Warren E. Ford, Cgaig D. Frost, Brian C. Frost, Bruce R. Frost, Robert B. Fulco, Frank J. Fulco, Victor P. Jr. Gailes, Gary P. Gailes, Robert F. Gailes,
Marker behind the Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
8. Marker behind the Monument
Private James S. Garvin
Who Died in France
May 16, 1918
102 Amb. Corp. 26 Div.
Thomas J. Jr. Gandelli, George A. Gandolfo, Mario L. Gasperini, John L. Gordon, John C. Grannan, Bruce T. Greene, Ronald G. Greene, Wayne R. Gulotta, Frank J. Haman, Charles A. Haman, James P. Jr. Hamzy, David F. Harris, Robert D. Jr. Hart, Peter M. Hayden, Floyd F. Jr. Holmes, Michael H. Irwin, John W. King, Martin H. Luminati, Edward J. Mallory, Robert Marshall, George M. Marshall, Robert G. McGuire, Francis D. Jr. McGuire, John M. Miller, Donald P. Munzel, James W. Murphy, Eugene A. Murphy, Robert J. Murray, Robert E. Novak, Richard S. O'Brien, Dennis J. O'Neil, Michael F. Olsen, Jill E. Osborne, Edward R. Osborne, Francis R. Ostrom, Steven Perotti, Charles P. Perotti, John F. Phelps, Edward R. III Post, John W. Jr. Pozzetta, Michael H. Pozzi, Robert J. Ralph, Stanley J. Redland, Albert E. Richardson, Brian S. Riva, Karl A. Riva, Peter P. Routhier, Gerry W. Rust, Myron H. Rutledge, Patrick K. Samuels, Spencer D. Jr. Sandri, Lawrence J. Sebben, Domenic, J. Segalla, David J. Smith, Bruce J. Smith, Raymond A. Sondrini, Alfred A. Sondrini, John R. Spadaccini, Morris W. Stanton, Ralph H. Jr. Stone, Clifford E. Tadiello, David A. Tadiello, William J. Thompson, Edwin R. Togininalli, David J. Togininalli, Louis J. Trahan, Robert N. Travis, Barry E.
Tree Planted in Memory of Private Charles J. O'Connell image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
9. Tree Planted in Memory of Private Charles J. O'Connell
Vanicky, Michael B. Veronesi, Anthony L. Veronesi, Bruce A. Veronesi, Claudio S. Jr. Victory, Stephen J. Weaver, Douglas A. Weaver, Richard J. Wohlfert, Clifford H. Wohlfert, Frederick M. Wyatt, Robert A.
 
Location. 42° 1.581′ N, 73° 19.685′ W. Marker is in North Canaan, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of East Main Street (U.S. 44) and Granite Avenue, on the right when traveling west on East Main Street. Click for map. Marker is in this post office area: Canaan CT 06018, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 3 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. North Canaan Veterans Monument (here, next to this marker); North Canaan (approx. 0.2 miles away); John F. Bianchi (approx. 0.4 miles away); Joseph Deferari (approx. 0.9 miles away); What Is This Place? (approx. 2.1 miles away); Casting Arch & Furnace Hearth (approx. 2.1 miles away); Salamander (approx. 2.1 miles away); Birth of an Industry (approx. 2.1 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in North Canaan.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World II
 
Marker behind the Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, April 15, 2011
10. Marker behind the Monument
In Appreciation
Fred Hall
Canaan Businessman, Historian and Citizen
Extraordinaire, who raised and lowered this flag
everyday for decades.
From his Grateful Fellow Townspeople
 
 
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