[encircling] Independence, Justice, Liberty [front & back] Arcadia War Memorial, Dedicated to the memory of our soldiers - sailors and marines of all wars World War II Vincent L. Finewood, U.S.A. 1945; Albert N. Fisher, France 1945; Charles J. Frank, New Guinea 1944; Glenn A. Guyer, Germany 1944; Robert J. King, Germany 1945; Raymond Mussack, U.S.A. 1943; August Oney, France 1944; Francis P. Page, Germany 1944; John S. Peirson, Belgium 1944; George T. Quinlan, England 1944; Iassae J. Sanders, Africa 1943. 1898 1917 1918 World War I August Camp 1918; Burt Campbell 1917; James H. Craver 1918; Auren R. Daniels 1917; Earnest E. Defay 1918; Frank Federica 1918; Howard T. Fish 1918; Henry Havens 1918; World War IIRaymond Duning 1944 World War I Lemuel K. Horton 1919; James N. Harmon 1919; Sumner T. Munn 1918; August Mauer 1918; Charles A. Philips 1918; Henry E. Pratt 1918; August VanWass 1918; Spencer Woodhouse 1919 World War II Frank Maressa 1945; Frank J. Sapp 1945; Arthur Simmons 1944; Paul J. Traicchio 1775 1781 1812 1814 1861 1865 [separate red stone] United States of America The statistic shown represent the six branches of our military. There were other who lost their lives. Lest we not forget those who died and those who are missing in action. May
God rest their souls. Total killed or missing in action World War I 116,708; World War II 412,808; Korean War 36,516; Vietnam War 58,205; Desert Storm / Desert Shield 38. Cold War and Peace Time. [six flagpole stones left to right] United States Army, United States Marine Corps, United States Navy, United States Air Force, United States Coast Guard, Merchant Marine [on each stone] In honor of all those living and deceased (soldiers, marines, sailors, airforce personnel, sailors, seamen) who served their country so unselfishly. May God honor their souls.