Middletown in Monmouth County, New Jersey — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Fairview Cemetery Veterans Monument
World War II
Troop D 89th Cav Sqd 9th Armd Div
Died In Service Of His Country
[When facing the back, just to the right]:
US Army (Ret)
"Can Do Let's Go"
[Around the base of the memorial are engraved 310 names (as of March 1, 2008)]
Fred J. Aichele John F. Cuffari William P. Burke Jr. Victor A. Lupo Thomas F. Condon George Charles Boyce George Jenks Beaman John T. Durnin Frederick A. Eldridge Neil R. Liotti Joseph E. Blewitt Ed Von Kattengell Willard O. Aumack Francis L. Mullins Francisco A. Santalla George F. Goerl James T. Cox Robert S. Girling III William M. Setrin Jr. Kenneth Rugg John T. Beshada Raymond C. Schwarz Samuel G. Vanleet Fred A. Mannillo Ralph J. Silva Richard G. Smith Richard P. Smithson Sr. Burton A. Rochelle Brian F. McCrudden Richard Levesque Sr. Samual Frake Jr. Chester O. Frake William R. Frake Robert J. Frake William C. Johnson Jr. Joseph Azzolina Sr. Raymond W. Brower William E. Parsells II Joseph J. De Faria Eugene J. OBrien James
Mark Alvarez – Gesek William Beards Josepj J. Beards Jr Joseph R. Dinnen Gregory J. Duckers Howard E. Foxworth Robert T. Pirro Murray W. Abt Norman K. Abt Tomas J. Clause William D. Boettger Robert L. Armour Julius C. Bosakowski Samuel W. Myers Harold N. De Groat Michael Di Terlizzi Joseph T. Dorland George L. Rigney Ernest F. Perina Jr. Manuel M. Silva Jr. Edward T. Healy James M. Busch Nicholas Barbato Jack Tornik Kenneth M. Felci Walter W. Bujalski Jr. Alfred B. Pellington Raymond K. Wolchak Thomas P. Dinnen Bernal C. Sell Evelyn F. Sell Walter A. De Voe Daniel P. Higgins
Edna F. Fagan Harold R. Abel Leslie “Bud” Neiman Robert J. Apel Anthony S. Salerno James D. Cummings Jr. Gerald B. Layton Douglas S. Walther George W. McMillan Raymond Colon Phillip Rayner S. Fred Stockham Milton C. Brown Jacob M.J. Bjornholm Raymond M. Sniffen Dallas Rash Jr Benjamin A. Parker Adrian J. Woodward Matthew J. Pietro Robert C. Royce Garry C. Fink Frank W. Ziegler Joseph A. Dorney George Poosikian Tom H. Collier William Miller Harry A. Nielson James A. Fagan Robert R. Spering Roy R. Wagner D. Chris McGuire Nicholas J. Griffin John A. Conroy Paul H. Sniffen Carmen F. Dente Lorraine M. Charron Dalls Rash Jr. Walter Day Swartzel Jr. Charles E. Silvers George A. Rinker Carl Rinker William Saggan Frederick W. Saggau Harry T. Minall Frank Vollaro Michael J. McLoughlin Edward T. Perkins August A. Barsalona James F. Bradley Woodrow L. Hilliard Stepfhahn J. Kowalski Ronald e. Kowalski
J. Francis Rauch Myron Morford Golden Rudolph D. Lupien Jr Bruce L. Peterson Donald W. Dries Thomas F. Morford Sr. Ralph G. Barto Harold B. Soule
Donald L. Bennett Sr. Donald L. Bennett Jr. Charles Cesar Guy G. Di Pietro John K. Harris Robert James Hunter Vernon F. Loud Sr. Thomas Makowka Howard W. Busz Anthony M. Senk Sr. William J. Bischoff Ruth R. Cesar Charles C. Cesar David Kennedy John H. Foster Innocenzo J. Natale Amos M. Powers Calvin E. Quinton Alex M. Tihanyi Patrick R. Robinson William G. Wall Arthur F. Borchert Michael F. Viola John K. Bennett Kenneth Letts Arthur J. Newman Michael J. Ricci James F. Sullivan W. Robert Van Brunt Vernon F. Loud Jr. Sam L. Galano George Dosil Herman J. Bistritz Carmen P. Quatrone Raymond J. McGovern Francesco Coviello William F. Coviello Vito Coviello Carl Coviello Paul Latona Leslie F. Savage Sr. Peter N. Check Andrew C. Scala John J. Golden John E. Kramer Jr. Alton S. Duncan
Frederick Standler Ralphael Santangelo Einar G. Hansen Claude King
Location. 40° 22.556′ N, 74° 5.472′ W. Marker is in Middletown, New Jersey, in Monmouth County. Memorial can be reached from Minnesink Boulevard (New Jersey Route 35). Memorial is in the Service members section of Fairview Cemetery. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 456 State Route 35, Middletown NJ 07748, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. British Retreat Route (approx. 1.3 miles away); a different marker also named British Retreat Route (approx. 1.4 miles away); Middletown Village (approx. 1.4 miles away); a different marker also named British Retreat Route Middletown Village (approx. 1.7 miles away); British Campsite (approx. 1.8 miles away); Chapel Hill (approx. 1.8 miles away); Gate Keepers Booth (approx. 2.1 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Middletown.
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