War Memorial, a War Memorial

War Memorial, a War Memorial (HM1YX1)

Location: Forest City, PA 18421 Susquehanna County
Country: United States of America

N 41° 38.83', W 75° 28.018'

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Dedicated by
Post No. 524 American Legion
Forest City, Pa.
in memory of their
comrades of Forest City
and vicinity who offered
their lives in defense
of humanity in the
World War 1914 - 1918
Those who made the supreme sacrifice
Forest City

Pvt. William Burns · 1st Lt. Reese Davis
Corp. Joseph Dearie · Pvt. John Gardella
Pvt. Tony Gellett · Sgt. Stanley Horosko
Pvt. Raymond Murray · Pvt. Leo McCabe
Sgt. George Payne · Pvt. John Rudatis
Corp. Charles Skubic · Pvt. Martin Skubic
2nd Lt. John Strach
Corp. James P. McAndrew · Corp. Robert E. Nelson
Pvt. Jack Bayliff
M.M.2C. William D. Jones · Pvt. Robert P. Owens
[World War II] Roll of Honor
Sgt. Thomas Bucknavage · Sgt. Peter Gursky
Sgt. George Motsko · S/Sgt. Vincent Stancavage
Cpl. Anthony Pristavec · Cpl. John W. Riley
Pvt. Edward Bokal · T/Sgt. Ludwig J. Verboys
Pvt. Frank Lutkiewicz · Pvt. Anthony Chesnick
Cadet Thomas Berish · Pvt. John Rozina
Pvt. Joseph Yerib, Jr. · T/5G. Joseph J. Skrocki
Sgt. John Monahan · F.O. Edmund J. Bovitt
Pvt. Fred
Finc · Cpl. Chester S. Dombroski
Cpl. Stanley Czerpauska · Pvt. Jerry Machek
Sgt. Albert Gliha · T/4G. Bernard N. Hydock
Seaman Victor Planinsek · PFC. Adolph Korsak
S/Sgt. Charles Gliha · PFC. John G. Zukosky
PFC. Edward Golecki · PFC. Frank Zedar
Pvt. Cyril P. Kelleher · Sgt. Leonard F. Peterlin
T/Sgt. John Timko · S/Sgt. Thomas G. Payne
PFC. Frank Moser · S/1st.Cl. William A. Ross
PFC. Robert N. Davis · Sgt. Thomas L. Patsey
S/Sgt. Stanley L. Chudzinski · Lt. Norman Lamoreaux
PFC. Earle D. Arthur · C.P.O. Charles B. Sutton
Sgt. Chester Platkowski · Lt. Michael Kowalsky
T/Sgt. Elmer Tusko · PFC. Robert Mills
Pvt. Peter J. Kutch · Sgt. Henry Zigon
T/5G. William B. Saladyda · Cpl. Edward V. Kudgus
Pvt. Joseph Stankus · Cpl. Joseph Kaszorek
S/1st.Cl. Joseph A. Tomaszewski
Presented to
the Gold Star Mothers of Forest City
and its Greater Area
Korean War 1950-1953
Pvt. Joseph Gerchman · Sgt. Leonard Charles Hull
Cpl. Louis T. Volk
Vietnam War 1959-1975
Sgt. Lawrence A. Berneski · PFC. Francis J. Connor
PFC. Roland Dennis Dumond · Lt. James Alfred Gaiser
SFC. Robert S. Geer · Sp4. Michael A. Pfeufer
PFC. Rodney Ransom · Sgt. James E. Silfee
Cpl. Clarence J. Tiffany ·
Sp4. Brian D. Upright
That from these honored dead
we take increased devotion...
Abraham Lincoln
HM NumberHM1YX1
Series This marker is part of the Spirit of the American Doughboy - E. M. Viquesney series
Placed ByCharles & Martin Skubic American Legion Post 524
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Thursday, June 15th, 2017 at 1:06am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 461113 N 4610708
Decimal Degrees41.64716667, -75.46696667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 38.83', W 75° 28.018'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 38' 49.8" N, 75° 28' 1.08" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)570
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling South
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 359-399 PA-247, Forest City PA 18421, US
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