Honored Veterans

For the purpose of this list names are placed in alphabetical order to make them easier to find. (on the stones it will start with the first name). Stone placement is put after the name so that once the stones are laid you will be able to find the stone for the veteran in question.

Barrett Sr., George J., Spec4, US Army, 1967-1968, Vietnam, Dedicated by: Love from your Family (Stone # 9. 178 Main St)

Baylis, Matthew E., SPC, US Army, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment. Dedicated by: The Baylis Family (Stone # 27. Toast Coffee House)

Belmont, Peter, PO1, Gunnery, US Navy, 1952-1956 USS Macon, 1956-1960 USNR, Dedicated by: Lorice Belmont (Stone #30B. Paperdoll Curiosity Shop)

Caldwell, William F., SGT Army Infantry, CO B 279th INF REGT, 3/6/1929 – 9/26/2007, Dedicated by: The Caldwell Family (Stone # 5. Corner of Rider and Main)

Clasen, Jerome Frank, PFC, US Army, Korean CIB, 5th INF, Bronze Star, Dedicated by: His 5 Loving Children (Stone # 42a. Bank of America)

Creighton, Martin, ET2, US Navy, 1948-1952 Korean War, USS Piedmont AD-17, USS Kearsarge CV-33, Dedicated by: The DiNicola Family (Stone #23 Patchogue Theatre For the Performing Arts)

D’Aniello, Frank, PFC, US Army, Vietnam 1.71 – 4.72, Dedicated by: Family & HS Friends (Stone #72B New Village, North Ocean Ave)

Emanuel Lutheran Church Honors it’s faithful Veterans past and present (Stone #9, 178 Main St)

Fiala Jr., Frank, PFC, US Army, Battle of the Bulge, 1943-1946, Dedicated by: Lorice Fiala (Stone # 30. Paper Doll Curiosity Shoppe A)

Ganetis, Thomas, LT, USNR Vietnam 1968, Dedicated by: The Ganetis Family (Stone #19A Congregational Church of Patchogue)

Intravia, Jim (Infantry), SPC4 US Army, 196th Infantry, 1969-70, Purple Heart, CIB, Dedicated by: With Love, Your Family (Stone # 74. East Corner North Ocean and Main St)

Keyes, Joseph E., Armed Guard, US Navy, Pacific Theater 1943-45. Dedicated by: The Keyes Family (Stone # 29. Stanley’s Furniture)

Lapienski, Joseph J., BM3, US Navy, Vietnam. Dedicated by: The Lapienski Family (Stone # 26. Patchogue Medford Library)

Maggio, Dominic, YN2, US Navy, WWII, Dedicated by: The Maggio Family (Stone #75 Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce)

Maher, Edward J., SGT, US Army, Co 1 Co G 47th INF, Purple Heart, Dedicated by: Sons Ed, Tom, Gary (Stone # 35. The Village Idiot A)

Maher Jr., Edward J, Spec 4, US Army, 56th MP CO, 1966-1968, Ft. Richardson, Alaska, Dedicated by: Brian and Kevin Maher (Stone # 35. The Village Idiot B)

Maher, Thomas J., SGT, US Air Force (Air Policeman), Vietnam 1969, National Defense Service Medal, Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, Vietnam Service Medal, Dedicated by: Wife Pat (TC) Maher (Stone # 36. Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar)

Manning, Dorothy, SK1, US Coast Guard, 11.3.43 – 5.9.46, Dedicated by: Her Loving Family (Stone # 32. BLUM’S)

McGreevey, James E., SGT, US Marine Corps, KIA Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, 19 Feb 1945, Navy Cross (Posthumously), Bronze Star. Dedicated by: The McGreevey Family (Stone # 73a. New Village North Ocean Ave)

Mirando Sr., John L., Tech SGT 4, US Army, WW2, 580th AAA Airwing Battalion, Dedicated by Carolyn and Diana (Stone # 17a. Capital One Plaza)

Musso, Joseph J., PVT, US Army, Dedicated by: Joe Musso’s Children (Stone # 34. Gallo)

O’Neill, Harold J., Major US Army, 83rd Signal, WWII (Stone #28 Roast Coffee and Tea)

Otto, John W., SGT, US Army, 189ARTY WWII (Stone #8, Burlington Coat Factory)

Palamidis, Peter N., SP4, US Army, 196 LIB, Vietnam 68-69, Purple Heart, CIB, Dedicated by: Palamidis Family (Stone # 17b. Capital One Plaza A)

Purtz, John, SGT, US Army, WWII (Stone #53 Carnegie Library of Patchogue)

Ralph, Jonathon, Specialist 5, US Army, Army Security Agency, 1972-1975, Dedicated by: Richard J. Tafe (Stone # 42b. Bank of America)

Urban, Stanley Joseph, SPEC4, US Army, Korea, 12.7.56 – 11.26.58, Dedicated by: Pat, Patty, & Tom Urban (Stone #5 Corner of Rider and Main)

Wojciechowski, John T., PFC US Army, WWII, 703 TD BN, Dedicated by: Catherine Fuller (Stone # 45. Brick House Brewery)

Zumpol Jr., Adolph (Jay)
Adolph (Jay) Zumpol Jr. and his wife Evelyn, 1967
Zumpol Jr., Adolph (Jay), SP4, US Army, Blackhorse, Vietnam 67-68, CIB, Dedicated by: The Zumpol Family (Stone # 17b. Capital One Plaza B).

 

 

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