Oakdale Honor Roll
In honor of those
who served our country
Korean War Vietnam War Gulf War Afghanistan War Iraq War
Rededicated following the flood of September 17th 2004 on Memorial Day 2006
World War II
Adamowski, Eugene Z Adams, Charles H Adams, Edward D Adams, Harry N Adams, James G Adams, Paul F Adams, William J Allinder, Archie R Allinder, James R Allinder, Oran R Allinder, Raymond D Allinder, Samuel W Allinder, Wilmer B Allman, Charles E Jr Avery, Charles L Ayres, Fred Jr Balak, Joseph R Baltz, John Thomas Barbour, George E Barbour, Virginia O Beaumont, Clarence R Beaumont, Eugene W Beaumont, Harry F Beaumont, James M Bednar, George M Bednar, Raymond F Bee, George A Bee, James R Bee, Keith E Beggs, Clarence W Beggs, Lawrence A Bell, Charles L Bernhart, Percy A Berthold, Charles Berthold, Dean F Biber, Nikolen J Black, James W Bock, Harve S Bolam, William A Boyd, Edward A Boyd, George B Bradburn, Wilbur W
World War II Killed In Action
Bletz, Fred A Carson, Richard Darabos. Peter Jr Dunbar, Willis J Jr Fornella, Domenic Garin, Joseph Land, Harry L Malinowski, Stanley Robb, Mark L Sanderson, Frank R Slacker, Donald O Smilnyek, Andrew J Stripp, John
World War I
Abel, Elmer M Adams, Albert A Adams, Frank E Allinder, A Ross Allinder, S Warren Allshouse, Henry J Arbuckle, Irwin P Asmentas, William Bay, Addison R Beyerbach, HenryL Birmingham, Frank L Birmingham, Joseph E Bock, Harry O Bock, William E Boreman, Kenner S Boyle, William M Jr Bragg, Clarence J Brown, John H Burns, James Burns, Robert Burzzanell, Louis T Cairnes, John W Caldwell, Jacob Canovitch, Ivostoff Carden, J L Carlisle, Eugene Cassidy, William H Cheesebrough, John Chesstnutt, Samuel G Clark, Roy R Cleland, J Scott Cochran, A E Cochran, Roy Conley, Francis J Cooper, Walter E Couch, Harry Cousind, Wm Crawford, James S Crawford, Raiph McN Crea, Jacob Curtis, Frank R Damora, Rossio Darνanco, Rodio Davis, Jay C Delaney, Robert M Denny, Dr. C B Dickson, Dr. W Deloss Dickson, Frank Dickson, George Dickson, James T Dickson, Ralph Dodds, J A Dradt, Rudolph Duffy, James Dunbar, E. Laverne Dunkle, Kenneth M Dunkle, Raymond R Duvall, Harry Eddy, Russell J Ewing, J Russell Feick, James Ference, Michael Ferree, Floyd W Fhy, Elton J Fiedorek, Tony Fife, Samuel V Flinn, J W Francis, Samuel P Gearhart, E M Gibson, Edwin Gibson, James G Goins, George Grant, Albert Green, Charles Greenfield, Roy D Gresh, Richard Wm Hagni, Nick Harley, Wm Ewart Hartness, Everett Hartness, Leon E Hastings, Graham M Hastings, Louis G Hastings, William J Hays, Edward Hazlett, Edward Heidler, O A Heinrich, August Heinrich, Frank Hennemuth, Henry C Heron, Archie P Hick, James W Highfield, Charles Hoffman, Frank A Hogan, Charles M Hogan, James D Hogan, Thomas Holman, Mrs. Edith H Holman, Sidney N Hormel, Norman Ingram, Quint Jamison, Eugene A Jennings, Charles R Kahl, Lester M Kargle, George Keenan, Frank W Keenan, George Y Keisling, Walter Kensinger, JNO Clay Kensinger, James Kernag, George Kerr, James S Kinney, Francis Kinney, Geo Neville Kirk, William Kolesky, Benjamin Kovalovsky, Stephen Kress, Adam H Kress, Alfred Kress, John M Leadbeater, Thomas Jr Leister, Warren F Leiter, Geo Roy Lescallett, Richard Lillo, Clarence Lillo, John A Longstreth, James Lutz, Conrad C Malloy, Patrick Mathew, Peter Mathewson, Dr. F W McCall, John J McFarland, Archie McGrogan, Hugh McGuane, Charles P McGuane, John E McKay, John L McKenna, Richard McKnight, H L McLaughlin, Francis D McLaughlin, James W McMichael, Douglass McMichael, John McVey, Fred S McWhorter, James Mechley, Harvey Meehan, Francis P Miller, Miss Matilda M Moore, Homer D Moore, Ralph H Mull, John W Mullooly, Francis Mullooly, Joseph Mullooly, Murtagh Musser, S W Nelson, John A Nelson, William Nesbit, Grover C O'Conner, James E Oleath, Frank Oleath, Joseph A Olexa, Joseph Oliver, George H Osken, John Osmond, Walter C Parker, Leroy W Patterson, R B Pedicord, Frank M Pendleton, Lee L Penn, Charles M Pernod, Paul E Phillips, Lockhart Plevin, Benjamin Pollock, John Raymond Potter Roe M Potter, Theodore Powoski, Anton Randolph, William Rank, Emil Rannels, Earl Revis, William Ridley, David M Ritchie, Carey R Ritchie, Kenneth Roach, Joseph M Roach, Thomas Robertson, Charles E Romain, H Rose, Harry Rossia, Dosario Sangowich, Omifre Scott, Edward Scott, Archie Scott, Robert J Sell, Steven Shannon, A M Sharp, Samuel Shelton John Simpson, Merie L Skop, Joseph Slaugenhaupt, Jennings E Sparkenbaugh, Clyde Sparkenbaugh, Glenn Speer, John Speer, William E Stewart, Alberi G Stewart, Charles E Stewart, David A Stewart, Isaac Franklin Stewart, Samuel Amold Stewart, Wintred G Sturgeon, William McD Styperk, Andrew Suber, Stephen Taylor, George Taylor, Gordon W Taylor, John N Tomlinson, Edmond Tomlinson, Guy Undercoffer, Walter Vance, Clarence Vercammen, Pall Wacker, Charles Wade, Harry Walker, Charies D Walker, Wm M Washabaugh, Raymond G Watters, W Howard Weaver, Warren M Webster, Harbart Weibush, Gebrge Wenger, James Whitten, Emest Wileox, James S Wilcos Wilam YOUTNC Ward B Yost, Panry Young Malcolm
World War I Killed In Action
Barclay, William Beasley, Jerry Beasley, Robert Bryson, Reed Colby, Homer R Craven, Daniel W Dunkle, Arnold O Grimm, Orth Jukes, Edward McKown, Edward Pedicord, John T Scott, George H Smith, Oliver J Spencer, Herbert Thayer, Samuel Wilson, Thomas Zerbe, Alex
Boys Industrial Home
Neeley, Donald H
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: Military.
Location. 40° 23.87′ N, 80° 11.104′ W. Marker is in Oakdale, Pennsylvania, in Allegheny County. Memorial is at the intersection of Noblestown Road and Union Avenue (Pennsylvania Route 978), on the left when traveling east on Noblestown Road. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Oakdale PA 15071, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 5 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Walker-Ewing Log House (approx. 1.6 miles away); William T. Kerr (approx. 2.4 miles away); Jay Livingston (approx. 3.4 miles away); The McDonald Oil Field - The Old McDonald School Bell (approx. 3.6 miles away); Flowing Oil Well (approx. 3.7 miles away); McDonald Oil Field (approx. 3.7 miles away); Bridgeville Railroad Depot (approx. 4.8 miles away); Bridgeville Public Library Founders 1962 (approx. 4.8 miles away).
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