Saturday, May 20, 2017

Honor Roll: Town of Southington, Connecticut, Veterans Memorial Park

The Town Southington, Connecticut, is in Hartford County. When it was first settled, the community was known as Panthorne, which was settled in 1698. As the settlement grew, the name was changed to South Farmington, which was later shortened to Southington.

Southington has honor roll memorials in two locations. My husband and I only photographed the memorial in Veterans Memorial Park. We will return to Southington to photograph and transcribe the memorials.

Southington World War II memorial; Veterans Memorial
Park; personal collection

World War II

In Memory of
Southington Men
Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice
In the Service of Their Country in World War II

William U. Bailey, PFC
Lawrence Bowers, CAPT
Rudolph Cabata, MG
John Calvanese, SSGT
Leonard Cyr, SGT
Donald Dorman, TSGT
Paul A. Fiondella, PVT
Paul H. Flynn, Jr. SGT
Stanley A. Folcik, SSGT
Norman J. Fritz TSGT
Peter Guardzdowski, FPC
Francis Gura, PFC
Roger Jurglewicz, TSGT
Albert C. Kinney, PFC
Peter Kizilski, MM
Edward Kleszcz, PFC
Harold L. Limmer, LT
Victor J. Mastrianni, SSGT
Mario Mirando, AMM
Robert R. Moon, CPL
Horace E. Nichols, CWO
Carmen Palumbo, PFC
Charles C. Parker, LT
Anthony Pasquale, SSGT
Joseph Perry, CPL
Stanley Putala, TSGT
Paul Reussner, SSGT
Peter S. Spratto, PFC
Walter Stasilowicz, SSGT
Stephen Suchar, J., SSGT
Joseph Sullivan, LT
William C. Tilde, PFC
John A. Ziemba, PFC

This Plaque Donated by
Southington Lions Club

This post was written as a contribution to the Honor Roll Project, which was created by Heather Wilkinson Rojo, author of Nutfield Genealogy.

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