To the editor: May 27 was the traditional Memorial Day to honor our dead, military heroes and veterans. Kulpmont’s men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice include:

World War I

Celeste Ananio, Leo Butzko, William Barrett, Frank Biczkowski, Anthony Chesney, Anthony Dulis, John Dickey, Vincent Naimo, Peter Seneski, John Shimko, Alexander Perillo, Michael Perno, Daniel Wanzie, Gurney Weist and Leonard Valentine.

World War II

Joseph Bartko, Blaine D. Brown, Frank R. Cannizzaro, Robert Dinklocker, John B. Domanski, Michael Dupnock, George W. Evans, Alfred Ferrari, John Jarvis, Benjamin Karwowski, Stanley Koronkevich, Raymond Kroh, James V. Lanciano, John P. Lesko, Bernard Miriello, Frank J. Moleski, Albert W. Moyer, Alex A. Nemeth, George E. Oros, Joseph Padola, Henry Payeski, Edward C. Peloski, Dominic Pitello, Joseph Ptaszkowski, Martin C. Rutkowski, Thomas Shebelski, Frank Surzinsky, Neston Turlis Jr., Helen Trotsky, Edward A. Valeski, Dominic D. Varano, Walter S. Vendoloskie, Leonard Wisniewski, Stephen Wychock, John C. Wydila, Stanley Wydra, Walter Wydra, Joseph A. Zacker and Frank A. Zubey.

Korea

Charles Meisner.

Vietnam

Carl E. Kroh and Joseph Saukaitis.

The above are as shown on the memorials at Roosevelt Court, 14th and Spruce streets.

Gerald W. Wascavage

Kulpmont

Mr. Wascavage submits this important letter each year to remind us of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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