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Joseph Janusz

1921-1976 Joseph Janusz, son of Polish immigrants, enlisted in the United States Marine Corps before the start of WWII, where he served in the Pacific. He then became a helicopter pilot and served in Korea and Vietnam. Joe retired as Master Sergeant in 1967. He traveled the world, playing golf. When not traveling he enjoyed […]

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In Memory of Victoria Unutoa

Victoria “Toria” Unutoa

SGT Unutoa, Victoria “Toria” Unutoa, July 26, 1985 – July 17, 2007, a week short of her 22 birthday. Niece of Robert “Bob” White and Victoria “Torie” Unutoa-White. Born in Alaska, raised in the islands, American Samoa. Served 2 tours in Iraq and Fallujah “OIF”, she was sign up again, to stay with her unit, […]

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Alan Dean Clow

Army – Spc 4 1978-81. Aptitude was law enforcement so he served as MP. He was stationed in Germany and Statesise during his service. Upon civilian entrance he became a law enforcement officer for 6 years. He spent his last 25 year las on life as an Investigator for the Public Defense. He was passsionite […]

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Bernard "Bernie" Schonherz

Bernard “Bernie” Schonherz

March 22, 1940–May 22, 2017 Bernie died peacefully as a result of a heart attack. An Army Veteran during the Vietnam war era where he worked on airplanes and tanks and was a communications officer. After his military career he went into the garment industry in New York City as a buyer for children’s clothing. […]

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In memory of Archie Brooks Holton

Archie Brooks Holton

Archie Brooks Holton, age 73, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016. He was a warrior, serving in the Army during Vietnam and then for another couple of decades until his 1st retirement. He was a member of the Special Forces. After he retired from the military, he moved into the next chapter of his […]

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Col. Milton D. Weeks, Ret.

Col. Milton D. Weeks, Ret.

June 17, 1919 – March 18, 2015 My father, known as Mickey, was a career officer in the US Army Signal Corps and a veteran of World War II, where he served in the Pacific, the Korean and Vietnam wars. He joined the army during the height of the depression, having coincidentally taken a high […]

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Herbert Auerbach

Herbert Auerbach

Herbert “Herbie” Auerbach, 93, died peacefully in hospice in West Hills, CA on Sept 1, 2015 after a long and valiant battle against the forces of nature. An Army veteran of World War II, Sgt Auerbach was a member of the OSS-Detachment 101. As a radioman/cryptographer behind Japanese enemy lines in Burma, his heroic actions […]

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Edward T. Gonzales

Edward T. Gonzales was a Staff Sargent of World War 2, he served for 3 years from (1943-1946). He drove the Tank Destroyer. He was the best Husband , Dad , and Grandfather ever. When he returned to his family , he suffered an illness that was unbelievable , throughout the medications the Dr.’s tried […]

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In Memory of Robert L. Kinkle

In Memory of Robert “Bob” L. Kinkle

A True American Patriot Robert “Bob” L. Kinkle 1941- 2014 Air Force Captain Vietnam RIP MOAA, Tea Party Member, Lincoln Club, Hero, Animal Rescuer, and a Man of God Robert selflessly gave back to the community and was a passionate supporter of Patriots and Paws. His Family is asking that in Lieu of Flowers, a […]

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