Kearny Residents Killed during World War II (1941-1945)

During World War II, 6017 Kearny men fought for their country. The following are the names of the men who were killed in that conflict. (Taken from the WWII memorial in Memorial Park, Kearny, NJ)


 

 



    
Anderson, John S.
Banaski, Peter F.
Baney, Robert L.
Barszczewski, Edward J.
Bindon, Malcolm C.
Blake, John H.
Bodner, Ernest L.
Bohler, Clinton H.
Booth, Carl H.
Breiderhoff, Joseph, Jr.
Brown, Andrew
Brown, Walter E.
Burton, George, Jr.
Butwin, George
Cafiero, Anthony F.
Cahill, Adrian J.
Calella, Morris
Campbell, William J.
Caruso, Albert J.
Cennemo, Nicholas
Clarke, Thomas W.
Cleary, George
Collins, Robert J.
Coogan, John
Crawford, John R.
Crombie, John
Crossley, Thomas W., Jr.
Currie, William R.
Devine, Charles P.
Di Ciancia, Patrick A.
Dick, Bernard W.
Dillon, Richard A.
Dockray, Eugene I.
Dolan, Cornelius A. P.
Dominko, Leonard A.
Donegan, Herbert A.
Donnelly, Joseph J.
Donnelly, Robert E., Jr.
Dooley, William J.
Dorsey, Paul
Dunn, Edward J.
Ebert, Eugene E.
Emerson, Ivor
Feighan, Peter M.
Ferguson, John M.
Frangione, Thomas
Fried, Carl
Friedberg, Raymond W.
Fritz, Harold P.
Fuhrmann, Byron
Garlick, Edward B.
Garlick, Harold W.
Garofalo, John V.
Gaudette, Albert W.
Gilmour, William R.
Gliha, Albert
Goddard, Robert S.
Gourlay, Robert H.
Gourley, James
Govel, William
Graham, Robert
Gross, Joseph J.
Hagstrom, Carl G., Jr.
Hall, Earl A., Jr.
Hallenbeck, Eugene
Hamilton, William
Hand, Stanley S.
Hartung, William L.
Hausman, William J.
Heaton, Ben
Jeczmien, Casimir C.
Jeleniewski, Vincent
Jentarra, Ralph A.
Johnson, George F.
Johnston, Warren F.
Jones, Thomas
Jordan, William B.
Kaczynski, Edward V.
Kahn, Sanford L.
Kalibatas, Andrew C.
Kane, Thomas, Jr.
Karcauskas, Joseph J., Jr.
Kauklis, Stanley J.
Kessler, John E.
Kiernan, Bart W.
Kierstead, Howard D.
Kloss, Joseph F.
Koch, Frederick A.
Kopacki, Bronislaw
Lamont, James
Lenaghan, James J.
Lindsay, Archibald
Lindsay, John
Ludwig, William J., Jr.
Lyon, Crawford R.
Maier, Edward T.
Majewski, John
Marsh, Jack C.
Martin, James E.
McCallum, John
McGough, Vincent
McNeill, Hector
McWilliams, Andrew
McWilliams, Francis X.
Meculskas, Vincent J.
Miglin, Charles W.
Miller, John L.
Milne, Peter, Jr.
Mitchell, Charles
Molloy, Edward D.
Morgan, Charles
Morton, Kenneth
Murray, Roger E.
Mylett, John H.
Nelson, Joseph W.
O'Brien, John
O'Brien, Joseph Francis
Parell, Joseph
Pearson, Stuart W.
Peden, Joseph, Jr.
Peluso, Joseph
Perry, Richard D.
Peterson, Carl J.
Pettigrew, Frank R.
Phillips, Raymond
Pimm, Oliver S.
Pisciotta, Alfred
Pisciotta, Vincent
Plunkett, William
Porycki, Anthony C.
Radin, Victor
Rappaport, Charles
Rasmussen, Bertel R.
Reichert, Fred W.
Riesdorph, Eugene W.
Rizzolo, George O.
Robertson, Andrew
Robinson, John B.
Rocco, Wilburt J.
Rogers, Eugene
Ross, William N., Jr.
Rudomanski, Eugene
Sartorious, Adolph
Seegers, Walter
Smith Harold E.
Snyder, Charles O.
Solana, Paco
Spalding, Robert
Spinelli, Joseph A.
Stumpf, Henry, Jr.
Taggart, Robert M.
Tartaglia, Frank
Testa, William A.
Thornton, Edward D.
Toffey, Kenneth J.
Turner, Alfred J.
Tyburski, John M.
Urba, Waleter, Jr.
Van Eck, William R.
Van Orden, Clifford
Wagstaff, Thomas J.
Walberg, Arthur G., Jr.
Wallwork, Albert, Jr.
Walsh, Thomas F.
Ward, Henry Hewson
Warhurst, Wilfred J.
Washington, Rev. John P.
Wayte, Francis J.
Wayte, George R.
Weiler, William H.
Weniger, John E.
Whitla, Robert S.
Willoughby, George A.
Wood, Wilbur I.
Wright, Edward G.
Wyckoff, Robert
Wylie, Haig P.
Yukniewicz, John


 

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