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“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
East Stroudsburg in Monroe County, Pennsylvania — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)

World War Memorial

I Prepare For Service

— These Have Nobly Served —

World War Memorial Honored Dead image. Click for full size.
Photographed By William Fischer, Jr., July 10, 2020
1. World War Memorial Honored Dead

In honor of
Alumni Students and Teachers
who served in the Great War

What more can a man offer than his life
[Honored Dead]

Fred Armstrong, Navy - Died
Elmer Frederick, Sgt. Av. - Died
George N. Kemp, Capt. Inf. - Killed
Peter L. McGeady, C.W.S. - Died
Raymond H. Noble, Capt. Ord. - Died
L. Glenn Saunders, Sgt. Eng. - Killed
[Honor Roll of Veterans]

Russell J. Allison, Tank C. • C. B. Altemose, Capt., Pers. Dep.
John N. Balmoos, Sgt. Av. • Vere Banks, Sgt. M. C.
John E. Barrett, Ensign • Robert J. Beck, S. A. T. C.
John L. Bennett, Lt. Av. • Allan Bensinger, Inf.
Lloyd Berkenstock, C. M. S. • M. J. Berkenstock, Sgt. M. C.
Ralph W. Bisbing, Q. M. C. • Irene M. Bishop, Nurse
Frank J. Black, Sgt. Inf. • WM F. Boland, Av.
A. Roy Browne, Q. M. C. • G. Earl Brugler, O. T. C.
P. E. Brundage, Capt. M. C. • Steward S. Brush, Inf.
W. G. Bunn, Sgt. Maj. Pers. D. • De Forest Bush, Navy
Fred S. Bush, Navy • Russell

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A. Carlin, Inf.
Oscar E. Carlton, S. A. T. C. • John A. Carroll, N. R. C.
WM G. Carroll, Inf. • Lloyd S. Cassell, Capt. Art.
N. B. Chalfant, Lt. M. C. • W. W. Christman, S. A. T. C.
Athol W. Cliff, R. P. C. • Earl Cole, Sgt. M. C.
O. Bruce Conklin, Corp. • Patrick A. Conmy, Navy
John F. Connelly, Capt. D. C. • L. E. Connolly, S. A. T. C.
P. J. Corcoran, S. A. T. C. • Frank P. Coyne, Lt. Av.
M. Crowe, Lt. Pers. D. • John Cummings, Lt. Inf.
F. J. Cunningham, Lt. Inf. • Jos. R. Curran, S. A. T. C.
Edw. L. Daley, Sgt. Q. M. C. • James J. Daley, Sgt. M. C.
WM H. Davey, Lt. Eng. • William Daw, S. A. T. C.
F. H. Detrick, Sgt. Maj. Av. • Thomas F. Devlin, Inf.
WM J. Donlin, S. A. T. C. • M. Donohue, Lt. Com. Jr.
F. J. Dougherty, S. A. T. C. • S. B. Downs, Lt. Amm. Tr.
Frank A. Duffy, Sgt. M. C. • Thos. A. Duffy, Corp. Art.
Patrick J. Egan, Navy • C. H. Ellsworth, Navy
Jasper Q. Ely, Art. • H. Ettinger, Sgt. Av.
Haydn R. Evans, Hosp. C. • Harry G. Fegley, Amb. C.
P. G. Fegley, Amm. Tr. • Mark L. Fisher, S. A. T. C.
Clyde Florey, Navy • G. M. Fudala, S. A. T. C.
Peter C. Fudala, Corp. Inf. • Mary E. Gallagher, Yeowoman
Emory Gordon, Lt. Inf • Abraham Greenfeldt, Inf.
Milton S. Guinnip, Ensign • Albert Haggerty, Inf.
Wm H. Harrison,
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2. World War Memorial Honor Roll
Art. • Lester Hartung, Lt. Art.
Frank E. Hatton, O. T. C. • J. Russell Henry, Navy
James K. Hess, Lt. Q. M. C. • John J. Hibbard, Lt. Av.
Charles A. Hocker, Lt. Inf. • Michael Hughes, Sgt. Inf.
A. Ellis Hunt, Capt. Ord. • Harold Hutchins, Sgt. M. T. C.
William H. Hutchinson, Art. • Philip M. Iloff, Sgt. Av.
Floyd R. Imbt, Navy Radio • Ario B. Jacobs, Sig. C.
William Jacoby, M. C. • Joseph J. Johnson, Inf.
Clarence F. Jones, Q. M. C. • Hastings Jones, Sgt. Inf.
James B. Jordan, Q. M. C. • Edward J. Kane, Lt. Art.
Aloysius Kane, Corp. Av. • Joseph P. Kelly, Sgt. Inf.
E. Chester Kemp, Sgt. Inf. • Walter Kennedy, Navy
Wm J. Kennedy, M. C. • Julius J. Kerl, Sgt. Hosp. C.
Glenn Klinger, Inf. • Karol Koehler, Lt. Art.
Charles H. Kunsman, Av. • E. J. LaFrance, Sgt. Maj. Eng.
Thomas L. Langan, S. A. T. C. • D. W. LaRue, Capt., San. C.
Fred Lash, Capt. Inf. • J. M. Lastowski, Lt. Inf.
James P. Lawlor, Ord. • D. Harold Learn, S. A. T. C.
George A. Learn, S. A. T. C. • J. Amzi LeBar, Navy
C. J. Lehman, Sgt. Inf. • Alex. W. Loder, Lt. Com.
John Lukac, Corp. Inf. • Walter T. Lynch, S. A. T. C.
A. A. Maguire, Av. Cadet • F. P. Maguire, Sgt. C. W. S.
R. F. Maguire, Sgt. Inf. • W. F. Maguire, Lt. Tank C.
Wm Masters, Navy • Fred
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3. World War Memorial Honor Roll
B. Merring, S. A. T. C.
George Mimnaugh, M. T. C. • August L. Mitke, Av.
J. A. Monasky, War. Of. Navy • John Montanye, Lt. Inf.
Elmer J. Morris, Navy • D. F. Mulligan, Sgt. C. W. S.
A. J. Murray Lt. Res. • Harold H. Myers, F. Cl.
Thos. D. McCarthy, Art. • Jos. J. McClosky, Inf.
A. B. McCormack, Inf. • J. F. McCormack, Sgt. Inf.
Michael McGraw, Corp. Av. • Thos. L. McGroarty, Eng.
Wm McGroarty, Amb. C. • James McMullin, Sgt. Art.
Jacob W. Nulton, Dent. C. • Joseph P. Padden, Navy
E. C. Palmer, Navy • Robert W. Parks, Lt. Inf.
M. I. Pentecost, Lt. M. C. • H. K. Pickering, S. A. T. C.
Richard A. Platt, Sgt. Inf. • H. Richard Price, Navy
Jesse E. Pritchard, Nurse • A. Prokopovitsh, Navy
Charles Raker, Navy • Lewis Raker, Sgt. Q. M. C.
John Ratajski, M. C. • A. J. Ratchford, Sgt. Art.
Arling M. Remel, Sgt. Inf. • Claire Reynolds, Yeoman
Verner M. Reynolds, C. P. O. • Alfred L. Rhodes, Lt. M. C.
L. H. Richmond, Capt. Sig. C. • Austin C. Roche, Art.
Harry B. Roche, Sig. C. • C. A. Rogan, Corp. Art.
Thomas G. Roman, Navy • Thomas L. Roman, S. A. T. C.
F. L. Rosenberry, San. C. • C. B. Rosenkrans, Capt. M. C.
Harold P. Rue, Av. Cadet • Harry H. Schmidt, S. A. T. C
Eugene T. Sharkey,
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4. World War Memorial Honor Roll
Inf. • Daniel Shaver, Amm. Tr.
H. H. Shaver, Lt. Eng • Leon Shultz, Ord.
J. D. Sigafuss, S. A. T. C. • J. S. Singer, Corp. Pers. D.
Robert A. Singer, Inf. • Stanton R. Smith, Cap. M. C.
E. S. Staples, Sgt. Inf. • G. H. Stetler, S. A. T. C.
M. F. Teresinski, Corp. Inf. • Edison Thomas, S. A. T. C.
J. J. Tierney, Sgt. Amm. Tr. • Wm Transue, Lt. Art.
Eli R. Travis, Yeoman • Isabelle Turn, Nurse
Miles E. Tyler, Navy • John R. Wagner, Sig. C.
Fred B. Wall, Sig. C. • Nicholas E. Walsh, Lt. Ord.
Leroy D. Walter, Tank C. • Russell B. Walter, Art.
G. E. Webster, Lt. Ord. • G. A. Weidman, Corp. Art.
Mark Weidman, Navy • Sealous Weidman, S. A. T. C.
Vern S. White, Sgt. Inf. • Robt. E. Williams, C. W. S.
C. M. Williamson, Lt. Inf. • G. W. Wisegarver, Lt. Inf.
Myron Wyckoff, Av. • A. J. Zawoiski, Lt. Art.

[Later Addition]
Arthur H. Curtis, S. A. T. C. • Joseph M. Gardella, Inf.
John W. Gibbs, Inf. • Joseph L. McLean, Corp. M. C.
Eugene V. McCawley, Lt. D. C. • Frank Przybylski, Lt. Inf.
J. Edward Schlaefer, Corp. H. C. • Lawrence A. Schoch, Navy
W. Blair Smith, Capt. Inf. • James St Ledger, Inf.

Erected 1919 by East Stroudsburg University Alumni, Students, Faculty and Friends.
Topics. This memorial is
World War Memorial image. Click for full size.
Photographed By William Fischer, Jr., July 10, 2020
5. World War Memorial
listed in these topic lists: EducationPatriots & PatriotismWar, World I.
Location. 40° 59.695′ N, 75° 10.541′ W. Marker is in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, in Monroe County. Memorial is on College Circle east of Prospect Street, on the left when traveling east. Monument is located in the original portion of the East Stroudsburg University campus. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1 College Circle, East Stroudsburg PA 18301, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Alma Mater Statue (here, next to this marker); Gertrude Mary Smith Boddle (within shouting distance of this marker); Daniel Brodhead (approx. 0.2 miles away); War Memorial (approx. half a mile away); Dansbury Mission (approx. 0.7 miles away); Colonel Jacob Stroud (approx. 0.7 miles away); Col. Jacob Stroud (approx. 0.7 miles away); "Little Bethel" AME Church (approx. 0.8 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in East Stroudsburg.
Also see . . .  ‘Julia’ honors those who served in World War I (MCHS, 2015). (Submitted on July 11, 2020, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.)
Credits. This page was last revised on July 11, 2020. It was originally submitted on July 10, 2020, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania. This page has been viewed 161 times since then and 41 times this year. Photos:   1. submitted on July 10, 2020, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.   2, 3, 4, 5. submitted on July 11, 2020, by William Fischer, Jr. of Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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