In Memoriam: Beacon

The men remembered here died during their wartime service, either during combat or from disease or accidents. The list was compiled by Robert William Phillips for the Beacon Historical Society, with additional names from state records and newspaper accounts.

World War I

John Bump
H. Gordon Deicke
George Delahay
George E. Deveson
Frederick A. Garrison
Frederick Harris
Frank Incarnati
Francis J. Murphy
Austin T. Robinson
Pasquale Salese
George Stafford
James J. Tomlins
Frank H. VanHouten Jr.
William Wilson

World War II

Arthur J. Baxter
John H. Beattie
Robert A. Bennett
Luigi F. Bettina
William J. Brennan
John W. Briggs
Frederick H. Brewer
Thomas B. Carrol
Calvin Clensay
John Collins
Nicholas T. Coppola
Raymond W. Detweiler
Andrew B. Eichorn
George J. Eichorn
Paul L. Facteau
Robert M. Faris
Ralph L. Fleming
David Fontaine
George P. Frederick
Saul Gerlich
Alexander J. Grudzina
Michael J. Groza
Joseph Halbosky
Gordon E. Hughes
Henry I. Idema
Edwin J. Johnson
John Keto
Albert A. Knight
Orville Kranz
Ernest H. LaChance
George LaChance
Arnold E. Lasko
Robinson C. Lent
Walter M. Lewis
Judah H. Lewittes
James J. Lockwood
Michael E. Maskewicz
Joseph McGaughan
Peter Menger
Howard G. Mitchell
John F. Mignault
George S. Mitchell
William T. Morrison
Patrick J. O’Brien
Francis G. Peattie
Guy D. Pendleton
George Perrault
Kenneth G. Perry
Dominick J. Phillipo
Carmen A. Ramputi
Robert V. Resek
Lester F. Roberts
Peter J. Seranto
Francis T. Splain Jr.
Burton Stevens
Stuart F. Stripple
Richard E. Sutton
William J. Tallman
Rody J. Tighe
Francis J. Toth
George P. Turiga
Andrew Urbanak
Joseph C. Usifer
Rosco L. Vaughn Jr.
James J. Walker
John P. Wasnorowicz
Louis J. Westerhuis
Rene’ Zahner

Korea

Anthony N. Scalzo

Vietnam

John J. Bennett
Thomas E. Devine
Everett Foster
Philip R. Mattracion
Terrence E. O’Neil
William R. Phillips
James S. Pittman
Emilio Rivera
Joseph T. Slinskey

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