MEMORIAL DAY REMEMBRANCE
Please join us as we remember and honor our heroes we lost this past year:
Nicholas S. Battersby
June 14, 1996 – April 20, 2021
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army as a Staff Sergeant in the 18th Field Artillery Brigade, serving in both Iraq and Syria. (Inherent Resolve Campaign with Campaign Star, Army Commendation Medal with “C” Device, and many more.)
Roland P. Bjorkman
September 12th, 1931 – November 15th, 2020
Mr. Bjorkman served honorably in the U.S. Air Force for four years during the Korean War conflict spending time overseas in both Korea and Japan
Van F. Cama
Died January 21, 2021
He proudly became a U.S. Citizen in 1963, serving in both the U.S. Army and the National Guard.
Catherine “Kitty” Carbone
March 29, 1928 – February 13, 2021
She was a registered nurse and served in the US Cadet Nurse Corps during WWII and ran a daycare for US military families.
Charles A. Clifford
July 2, 1928 – March 12, 2021
Drafted into the Korean Conflict, he served 2 years in the United States Army, where he traveled to Japan and when returning home twice celebrated the 1953 New Year when sailing over the International Date Line.
Paul P. Darcy
October 01, 1962 – April 26, 2021
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force.
Christopher Murdock DeLano
August 17, 1984 – January 29, 2021
He went on from high school to join the National Guard where he served honorably, achieving the rank of Sergeant.
David S. Gaffey
January 23rd, 1956 – December 26th, 2020
Mr. Gaffey proudly served in the U.S. Army. Always proud to be an American and a Veteran, Dave continually supported veteran services and could be seen among those marching in the Memorial Day Parade.
Jerry L. Haines
April 30, 1934 – November 8, 2020
He proudly served his country in United States Navy during the Korean War.
Frederick C. Kleindienst
September 14, 1938 – January 20, 2021
He proudly served in the U.S. Air Force as a Non-Moss Intercept Operator in Alaska from 1959 – 1963.
Richard M. McGrane
April 29, 1930 – November 8, 2020
He proudly served his country in the 318th Engineer Combat Battalion of the United States Army during the Korean War.
John K. “Jack” “Mac” McLaughlin
Died January 2nd, 2021
U.S. Navy Veteran who honorably served in the Vietnam War.
Timothy P. McNamara
January 2, 1952 – January 11, 2020
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.
Robert M. “Goose” Medeiros
1944 – November 10, 2020
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.
Joseph J. Metrano
May 22, 1941 – February 07, 2021
He proudly served his country in the United States Air Force, having been stationed in West Germany in the early 1960’s. In later years, he often reminisced about various visits to Rome, Amsterdam, and Berlin during his service.
Richard L. Neilson
May 20, 1932 – July 28, 2020
In 1954 Richard enlisted in the U.S. Air Force where he attended flight school, was a Commissioned Officer, and received an honorable discharge in 1958.
Arthur B. “Blair” Newcomb
September 13th, 1930 – January 11th, 2020
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard
Eugene F. Poirier, Jr
July 22, 1946 – March 5, 2021
He proudly served his country in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War.
Vito A. Puopolo
September 5, 1926 – June 16, 2020
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Navy during World War II.
Charles Richard “Dick” Putnam
1940- January 03, 2021
Proudly served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, he served at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital.
Vincent J. Riccio Jr.
September 7th 1940 – December 7, 2020
Vincent enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and proudly served his country as a Staff Sergeant and Crew Chief on K.C.135 refueling planes and B-52 long range bombers while assigned to the Strategic Air Command (SAC) during the Cold War era.
Thomas M. Ross
November 4th, 1943 – February 1st, 2021
At the end of university, he joined the Marine Corps and proudly served America in the Vietnam War.
Frederick “Rusty” Smith
February 11, 1930 – August 31, 2020
He proudly served his country in the United States Navy for over thirty years.
Frederick J. Stanton
August 15, 1937 – March 26, 2021
Fred proudly served his country in the U.S Army and he continued to serve through his work for the Department of Defense.
World War 1
As World War I was nearing its final days, the only known casualty was Chauncy Dyer, fatally stricken with the flu.
After a celebration of the Armistice, word was received of the death of Lawrence W. Foster, an ambulance driver. In the heat of battle, he had made his third trip onto the battle field to remove a wounded comrade. Struck in the side of the head by a shell, and the wound proved fatal
More time passed, and word came that Frank Welsh was wounded in action at Meuse-Argonne and died from his wounds.
Word quickly followed of the death of Frank Sutherland, killed on the battlefield near St. Juvin.
Meda Morse was a dietitian with the Red Cross, which was nationalized for the war effort. She was assigned to Camp Zachary Taylor, helping to deal with the flu epidemic and prepare soldiers to head overseas. She was fatally stricken with the flu, the first (and hopefully only) Foxborough woman to make the Supreme Sacrifice.
World War II
- Victor Ouimet entered the Navy in 1937 and was commissioned a pilot in 1939. He was lost on a flight in August 1942 from the carrier Wasp in the Pacific on a routine search mission. His plane never returned and he was listed as Missing in Action. His death was later confirmed as the first Foxborough casualty of World War II. He was also the first Boston College graduate to die in World War II.
Town square: South and Liberty Streets.
- Hartley Alden, USMC, enlisted in the Marines July 12, 1940. He served with the 4th Tank Battalion in the South Pacific and was a member of the first invasion forces in the Pacific. Wounded in action, he recuperated in Hawaii before returning to combat. He was subsequently killed in action.
Town square: Central and West Leonard Streets
- Joseph Cook enlisted in the Marine Corps January 7, 1942 and headed overseas in June. Serving with the First Marine Division, he was among the first to land on Guadalcanal. He also took part in other invasions throughout the South Pacific. Wounded, he was removed to a hospital ship for treatment where he succumbed to his injuries. He was buried at sea.
Town Square: Spring and County Streets
- Dominic Narcisso participated in the D-Day invasion and was serving in France with the Army when it was reported he was wounded in action on July 31, 1944. His parents later received notification he died of his wounds in a French hospital on August 4. He lived in the Foxvale section of town across the street from Cpl. Joseph Cook, also killed in the war.
Town square: Central and Spring Streets
- Warrant Officer Leslie Forrester enlisted in the Army September 4, 1941. He went overseas with the 6th Armored Division and was in continuous action following the landing at Normandy. His unit spearheaded the attack on Brest, capturing more than 5,000 Germans. When volunteers were needed for a special mission, he stepped forward. It was his last assignment as he was killed in action on August 8, 1944.
Town square: Main and South Cross Streets
- Donald Roberts, who shipped overseas with his Infantry unit in May of 1944, was killed in action in Germany on December 10. He was wounded in the invasion of Southern France but recovered in time to rejoin his unit for the drive into Germany where he was killed. A native of Rumford, Maine, he was a popular employee of several local stores before entering the service.
Town square: Cocasset and Wall Streets
- James Mann, President of the Class of 1943, FHS, was killed in Belgium January 12, 1945 while serving with the 10th Armored Division. The “Tigers of the Tenth” liberated 100 square miles of France and occupied 50 square miles of enemy territory, the first of General Patton’s forces to enter Germany. They seized 64 towns and captured more than 2000 prisoners.
Town square: North Street and Payson Road
- Clifford R. Holmes, a 1936 FHS graduate, entered the Air Corps and was promoted to Captain before leaving for overseas in January 1944. Initially reported as missing, he was confirmed as killed in action April 15 while serving as navigator on a raid over Rumania. His plane crashed after being attacked by enemy fighters. He took part in the African and Italian campaigns flying out of Italy on a P-47. His is the only gold star on the East Foxborough honor roll.
Town square: Cocasset Street at Community Way
- Harvey L. Nesbitt, active in Boy Scouts in his youth, joined the Navy following his 1937 graduation from Foxborough High School. When his enlistment was up in 1941 he reenlisted. An Electronics Mate First Class, he was stationed in Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked. Assigned to the submarine Corvina, they left Pearl Harbor Nov. 4, 1943 to patrol the waters of the Western Pacific seeking to engage the enemy. Following a fuel stop November 6, they were never heard from again. They were listed as Missing in Action and subsequently declared dead. The son he never got to see was named Harvey Jr.
Town square: Chestnut Street and Payson Road
- Michael Medvaskas Jr., a tail gunner on a B-24 serving with the 445th Bombardment Group of the Second Air Division, was reported missing April 7, 1945 following a bombing mission over a munitions plant at Duneberg, Germany. On the return trip, the plane was attacked by an enemy fighter 15 miles south of Gremen, Germany near the town of Bassum. The plane, carrying a crew of 10, exploded and crashed. Three crew members parachuted successfully and seven were presumed killed in the crash. Sgt. Medvaskas was not among the survivors and one year later was officially declared Killed in Action.
Town square: Chestnut and Mechanic Streets
- Philip O. Daviswas the first from Foxborough to be reported killed, but others listed as “missing in action” were later confirmed as having been killed earlier. Enlisting when he turned 18, he volunteered for overseas duty. Serving with the 5th Army, he saw action in the African campaign, the campaign in Sicily and the invasion of Italy. Wounded on Sept. 24, 1943, he subsequently returned to his unit but met his death after volunteering for a three-man patrol to intercept the Germans under cover of darkness on a steep rugged mountainside. He opened fire and continued firing until fatally wounded. He was the first Foxboro Company employee to die in the war.
Town square: South and Union Streets
- (j.g.) Richard Mason, USNR, a fighter pilot and veteran of nine engagements, was assigned to the USS Enterprise in the Pacific. The fleet had come under attack by Japanese fighters and bombers and the enemy was attempting to sink a damaged carrier. Lt. Mason, while leading a four-plane division to protect the ship, sighted enemy planes already engaged with US aircraft as they approached the battle zone. Lt. Mason led his group to break up or destroy the enemy formation and the attack was averted. In the heat of the battle, the other pilots lost sight of Lt. Mason’s plane, and he would later be declared killed in action.
Town square: Granite and Market Street
- Ensign Warren Hindenlang, co-pilot of a Navy Liberator, was shot down near Chichi Jima and he was listed as Missing in Action. His body was recovered on the island after the war. Details of his subsequent imprisonment and death at the hands of his captors did not become known until the government declassified documents in 1986.
His date of death was confirmed as August 12, 1944. His remains were eventually returned to the United States, much to the comfort of his family, and he was listed in the Air Force Hall of Fame.
Town square: South Street opposite Carpenter
- 1st Theodore Young, USAF, co-pilot of a B24, died from injuries received when his plane was shot down during a raid on a Japanese airfield in Burma November 14, 1943. After droppings its bombs, his plane was attacked by 30 enemy fighter planes, crashing to the ground and exploding. All seven crew members survived the initial crash but five of them, including Lt. Young, died of their extensive injuries. He left a wife and 18-month-old daughter.
Town square: Rockhill and Union Streets
- Glen Sallie, serving with the 8th Cavalry in the Pacific, died March 22, 1945 from wounds received in fierce fighting near Antipolo March 10 where the enemy was defending a series of hills interlaced with a network of caves and tunnels. Capt. Sallie was injured when the trapped enemy soldiers blew the tunnel open from the inside. Held in high esteem by those he sought to liberate, he was eulogized in a special program following the war.
A memorial was erected on the Common, town squares were dedicated near their homes in their memory, and Foxborough vowed never to forget their sacrifice.
All of the memorials on the Common are now illuminated in a soft blush of light that darkness would never fall on the names of the hundreds who served and those called upon to make the supreme sacrifice.
Eric Anderson was a decorated pilot serving in the Far East during World War II. At the outbreak of the Korean conflict, he offered his service to his nation again. Eric and a crew of seven aboard two C199 flying boxcars were dropping supplies to UN forces on the Korean front. His plane was hit by armored artillery over neutral territory. There were no survivors. His widowed mother could never understand the phrase “friendly fire.” He is Foxborough’s only loss during the Korean conflict.
Lance Corporal Robert Curry, 1st Marine Division… following many WWII uncles into the service. Killed in action near Duo Pho in operation DeSoto. Left behind a six-month old daughter he had never seen.
1st Lt. Gerald Kinsman, declared missing January 15, 1971 whole on combat mission against hostile forces. Gerald and three comrades with a platoon of Vietnamese troops were attacked by hostile forces. He lay mortally wounded, but as comrades attempted to reach him, the enemy attacked again, and they were forced to withdraw. The Americans counterattacked but were met by stiff resistance and had to leave the area. No trace could be found in a later search. Formally declared Killed in Action.
Sgt. Mark Grigsby was killed in combat in August of 1969. He was squad leader for Co. D, 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry on a search and clear operation at Hiep Duc Valley to recover five bodies so they could withdraw to a more secure location when he was mortally wounded. He was awarded a Bronze Star with an Oak Leaf Cluster.
Lance Corporal Joseph Cook, named for an uncle killed in World War II, was serving with the First Marine Division and died of fragmentation wounds from a hostile explosives device May 10, 1968 in the vicinity of Quang Tin. Hostile action prevented a thorough search and no remains were found. A positive identification was later made and he was buried with military honors in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Lt. William Groce, the only black person among Foxborough servicemen making the Supreme Sacrifice. Great kid, Little League standout who found a place for himself in the military. A helicopter pilot, 101st Airborne Division, Pathfinder Detachment, he did three tours in Vietnam and was killed in a training accident at Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Pfc Gerald Metcalf, an Airborne Qualified Infantryman serving with B Company, 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry in the Binh Dinn Province, South Vietnam, died six days before his 20th birthday from wounds suffered in battle.
Pfc Terry Baldwin, A Co., 9th Division, 60th Infantry, was killed when he stepped on a mine in the Long An Province, South Vietnam during an assault on enemy forces.
Sgt. Arthur Brown Sr., a native of Standish, Maine and a horse trainer at Bay State Raceway, was with E Co., 4th Battalion, 21st Infantry serving in Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam killed in an assault on the enemy. He left an eight-month-old son whom he had seen for one day before shipping out.
RODGER L . ADAMS | ARMY | MONTAGUE, MA | IRAQ*
ALAN ADRIAN | NAVY | TEWKSBURY, MA | KOREA
WILLIAM AGNOLOTTI | ARMY | MALDEN, MA | VIETNAM*
HARTLEY W. ALDEN | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
ROLANDO AMADOR | NAV Y | HARPSWELL, ME*
WILLIAM F. ANDREWS | ARMY | PLYMOUTH, MA | WORLD WAR I
THOMAS H. ANDREWS | NAV Y | ABINGTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
ERIC W. ANDERSON | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
ROBERT C. ASKREN | COAST GUARD | HOULTON, ME | VIETNAM
RAYMOND J. AUBIN | AIR FORCE | WARWICK, RI | IRAQ
MATTHEW J. AUGUST | ARMY | NORTH KINGSTON, RI | IRAQ*
JAMES AYOBE | ARMY*
TERRY L . BALDWIN | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
JOHN A . BARTOLOMEO | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
NICHOLAS S. BATTERSBY | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | IRAQ
JOE D. BEASLEY | ARMY | DICKSON, TN | KOREA / VIETNAM
SUSAN T. BEASLEY | ARMY | HOULTON, ME | VIETNAM*
BERNARD A . BEGIN | ARMY | NORTHAMPTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
ALICE BEGIN | ARMY | NORTHAMPTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
ANDREW R. BIBBO | NAV Y | WORCESTER, MA | IRAQ*
ROLAND P. BJORKMAN | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
MYRNAIRIS BONES-CEPEDA | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | IRAQ*
SHANE M. BORDONARO | ARMY | WINSTED, CT | IRAQ
CLOVIS BOUCHARD | NAV Y | LEWISTON, ME | WORLD WAR II
HARRY BOUFFARD | ARMY | K ITTERY, ME | WORLD WAR II
AUGUST BRANCO | NAVY | FALL RIVER, MA | WORLD WAR II
DANIEL BRIGHT | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
LOUIS BRITTON | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
ARTHUR L . BROWN | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
EUGENE BRYANT | MARINES | HANOVER, MA
WAYNE BUSCEMI | NAV Y | QUINCY, MA | VIETNAM
SHAYNE M. CABINO | MARINES | FRANKLIN, MA | IRAQ*
WILLIAM J. CALLAHAN | MARINES | HANSON, MA | IRAQ*
VAN F. CAMA | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA
JUSTIN CAPECE | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA
ROBERT CAPECE | ARMY | HARWICH PORT, MA | KOREA
ALOZON CAPEN | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
LAWERENCE CAPUZZO | MARINES | SAUGUS, MA | VIETNAM
CATHERINE KITT Y CARBONE | US CADET NURSE | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
ELVIN C. CARINI | ARMY | NEEDHAM, MA | KOREA
JAMES CASALE | SHARON, MA | VIETNAM*
WILLIAM CHAMBERS | ARMY | WALPOLE, MA | KOREA*
PETER L. CHAPUT | ARMY | GREENFIELD, MA | VIETNAM
LEANDER CLAPP | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
ALONZO CLARKE | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
PAUL E . CLEARY | ARMY | NORWOOD, MA | KOREA
CHARLES A . CLIFFORD | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
SEAN CLOUTIER | ARMY | CONCORD, NH*
RICHARD CONLIN | ARMY | METHUEN, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN T. CONNELLY | NAV Y | ROSLINDALE, MA | WORLD WAR II
EDWARD F. CONNOR | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
JOHN CONNORS | AIR FORCE | WELLFLEET, MA | VIETNAM
FREDERICK CONNORS | ARMY | WALTHAM, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOSEPH F. COOK | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II / VIETNAM
AARON CORDOBA-MARTINEZ | ARMY | TAUNTON, MA | IRAQ*
CHRISTOPHER COSGROVE | MARINES | CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ | IRAQ / AFGHANISTAN*
LOUIS M. CREASIA | ARMY | FRANKLIN, MA | WORLD WAR II
PAUL CROSBY | MARINES | EAST BRIDGEWATER, MA | IRAQ
FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
ROBERT L. CURRY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
DANIEL DABREAU | SHARON, MA | VIETNAM*
JOHN DALEY | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
PAUL P. DARCY | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
JOHN DAVIS | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
PHILIP O. DAVIS | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN M. DAWSON | ARMY | WHI T INSVILLE, MA | IRAQ*
JUSTIN A . DECESARE | NAV Y | SAN DIEGO, CA | IRAQ
JAMES R. DECOITE | NAV Y | BARNSTABLE, MA | IRAQ*
AMANDIO J. DECOITE | NAV Y | BARNSTABLE, MA | IRAQ*
ALFRED J. DEFELICE | AIR FORCE | CANTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
BRETT DEGRASSE | ARMY | PITTSFIELD, ME | IRAQ*
CHRISTOPHER M. DELANO | NATIONAL GUARD | FOXBORO, MA
ALFRED D. DIBONA | NAV Y | QUINCY, MA | KOREA
ALEXANDER J. DIMARZIO | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
MICHAEL J. DONAHUE | ARMY | WHITMAN, MA | IRAQ*
JOHN DRAKE | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
RODNEY F. DUBE | ARMY | BROCKTON, MA | VIETNAM
ROBERT DUDLEY | ARMY | CANTON, MA | VIETNAM
SHANE P. DUFFY | ARMY | TAUNTON, MA | IRAQ*
ROBERT H. DUSABLON | NAV Y | WOONSOCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
CHAUNCY S. DYER | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR I
FRANCIS C. EARLEY | NAV Y | FRANKLIN, MA | WORLD WAR II
ENOS D. EVANS | ARMY | POWHATON, VA | IRAQ*
ALBERT R. EZZO | NAVY | TRENTON, NJ | WORLD WAR II / KOREA
JOHN FENNESSEY | NAVY | CANTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
STEPHEN FINNERT Y | NAVY | SOUTH BOSTON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
JAMES M. FLYNN | NAVY | BEDFORD, NH | WORLD WAR II
JOHN P. FLYNN | MARINES | BEDFORD, NH | VIETNAM
FRANCIS J. FOLAN | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
EDWARD FOLAN | NA Y | PAWTUCKET, RI | VIETNAM
DANIEL C. FOLAN | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | VIETNAM
RALPH P. FOLAN | NAVY | PAWTUCKET, RI | V IETNAM
CHARLES FOLAN | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
MARTIN FOLAN | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
WILLIAM FOLDD | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | WORLD WAR II
LESLIE D. FORRESTER | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
LAWRENCE W. FOSTER | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR I
DONALD W. FRAENKEL | NAVY | NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA
EDWARD J. FRAHER | ARMY | NORWOOD, MA | VIETNAM
JOHN FRANKLIN | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
AMOS FULLER | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
DAVID S. GAFFEY | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA
FRANCIS GAFFNEY | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
ROBERT H. GALE | MARINES | BROCKTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
GEO GAY | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
MICHAEL E . GEARY | MARINES | DERRY, NH | IRAQ*
GEORGE GERRISH | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
ROBERT D. GOODE | ARMY | MEDWAY, MA | WORLD WAR II
MICHAEL J. GREENE | ARMY | MANSFIELD, MA | IRAQ*
ARTIOM GRETSKY | MARINES | WHITMAN, MA
MARK W. GRIGSBY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
WILLIAM R. GROCE | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
PAUL GUIDA | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
STEVEN GUTOWSKI | ARMY | PLYMOUTH, MA | IRAQ*
JOHN C. HALFREY | ARMY | NEEDHAM, MA | KOREA
PETER J. HANDIBODE | MARINES | WEYMOUTH, MA | IRAQ*
JERRY L . HAINES | NAV Y | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
WILLIAM J. HANNIGAN III | AIR FORCE | PORTLAND, ME | IRAQ*
NORMAN HARDY | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
EDWARD HARE | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
JAMES HARRIDON | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
LEONARD K. HENSAS | ARMY | SHREWSBURY, MA | WORLD WAR II
HENRY HEWINS | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
WARREN HICKEY | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
WARREN A . HINDERLANG | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
CLIFFORD R. HOLMES | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
JAVED HUSSAIN | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
KENNETH J. IWASINSKI | ARMY | MASSACHUSETTS | IRAQ*
ALBERT E . JACKSON | AIR FORCE | CRANSTON, RI | VIETNAM
ALFRED JAEGER | NAVY | NEW HYDE PARK, NY | WORLD WAR II
DARRIN JAMES | ARMY | SHARON, MA
NORMAN E . JENKS | NAV Y | AGAWAM, MA | WORLD WAR II
HOWARD JOHNSON | ARMY | ATTLEBORO, MA | KOREA
ADDISON JOHNSON | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
WILLIAM C. JOPPRU | NAV Y | PITTSFIELD, MA | IRAQ*
JAMES KEATING | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
EDWARD KELLEY | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
ADAM P KENNEDY | ARMY | NORFOLK, MA | IRAQ*
MARTIN KENZERSKI | ARMY | FRANKLIN, MA | VIETNAM
HUGH KERRIGAN | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II*
HUGH KERRIGAN | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
GERALD F. K INSMAN | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
FREDERICK C. KLEINDIENST | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
DANIEL KOLENDA | ARMY | SOUTHBORO, MA | IRAQ
JOSEPH E . LACEY | ARMY | FRANKLIN, MI | WORLD WAR II
SALVATORE LAMACCHIA | ARMY | SHERBORN, MA | WORLD WAR II*
LAWRENCE A . L ANDRY | AIR FORCE | WALTHAM, MA | KOREA
GEORGE LATHROP | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
JOHN LAVELLE | ARMY | HOLYOKE, MA | KOREA
ROLAND E . LETOURNEAU | NAVY | ATTLEBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
ROBERT S. LETOURNEAU | NAVY | ATTLEBORO, MA | VIETNAM
EDWARD LEWIS | NAVY | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II
LOWELL J. LOFTUS | ARMY | FRANKLIN, MA | WORLD WAR II
RICHARD LOFTUS | AIR FORCE | FRANKLIN, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN MADDEN | MARINES | DEDHAM, MA | VIETNAM
JAMES MANN | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
RICHARD W. MASON | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
RICHARD M. MCGRANE | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | KOREA
JOHN K . MCLAUGHLIN | NAVY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
HERBERT MCMANNUS | ARMY | HAMPDEN, ME | WORLD WAR II
TIMOTHY P. MCNAMARA | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
PAUL MCPHERRAN | ARMY | CANTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN MCQUADE | MARINES | MARSHFIELD, MA | KOREA
ROBERT M. MEDEIROS | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
MICHAEL J. MEDVASKAS JR. | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
KYLE J. MEEHAN | AIR FORCE | EAST PROVIDENCE, RI | AFGHANISTAN
GERALD F. METCALF | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
JOSEPH J. METRANO | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
JOHN W. MIDDLEBROOK | MARINES | WALTHAM, MA | WORLD WAR II
STANLEY MIKLASZEWSKI | MARINES | HOLYOKE, MA | VIETNAM
ROBERT L. MILLER | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA
EDWARD MILLS | NAV Y | MILTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
PHILLIP MOORE | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | V IETNAM
DUNCAN A . MORRISON | ARMY | CANTON, MA | KOREA
MEDA MORSE | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR I
GREGORY MOYER | ARMY | NASHUA, NH | VIETNAM
HAROLD V. MURPHY | NAVY | MILFORD, MA | WORLD WAR II
FRANCIS MURRAY | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | VIETNAM
JOHN F. MURRAY | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | KOREA
FRANK MYERS | ARMY | DORCHESTER, MA | WORLD WAR II
DOMINIC NARCISO | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
RICHARD L . NEILSON | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
HARVEY L . NESBIT | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
ARTHUR B. NEWCOMB | COAST GUARD | FOXBORO, MA
STAN NICHOLS | AIR FORCE | QUINCY, MA | KOREA
FREDERICK J. O’BRIEN | AIR FORCE | WEST HARTFORD, CT | KOREA
RICHARD O’CONNOR | ARMY | NORTHAMPTON, MA | VIETNAM
ROBERT J. OGAR | ARMY | STOUGHTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
WILLIAM J. O’HARA | ARMY | DORCHESTER, MA | KOREA
TIMOTHY O’KEEFE | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | KOREA
HAROLD O’NEIL | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
VICTOR E . OUIMET | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
MARIO PANTANO | NAVY | BOSTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN PARKS | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
LAURI PEKKANEN | ARMY | MAYNARD, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOHN PENNING | SHARON, MA | CIVIL WAR*
STANLEY PILECKI | NAVY | WALTHAM, MA | WORLD WAR II
EUGENE F. POIRIER JR. | NAVY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
VITO A . PUOPOLO | NAV Y | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
CHARLES R. PUTNAM | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
ROGER POWERS | ARMY | BEVERLY, MA | VIETNAM*
KEVIN PREACH | MARINES | BRIDGEWATER, MA | A FGHANISTAN*
VINCENT J. RICCIO JR. | AIR FORCE | FOXBORO, MA
DONALD B. ROBERTS | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
PETER ROSS | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
THOMAS M. ROSS | MARINES | FOXBORO, MA | VIETNAM
ROBERT RUCKDESCHEL | ARMY | BRISTOL, RI | IRAQ
ANDREA T. RYDER | MARINES | WARWICK, RI | IRAQ / AFGHANISTAN
FRANK SALITSKY | ARMY | CARBONDALE, PA | WORLD WAR II
GLEN S. SALLIE | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
FRED M. SARVELA | NAV Y | STOUGHTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
NICHOLAS SAVINO | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
COREY SHEA | ARMY | MANSFIELD, MA | IRAQ*
MEREDITH A . SHEPHARD | AIR FORCE | FORT DIX, NJ
RICHARD K . SHERIDAN | MARINES | BARRINGTON, RI | WORLD WAR II
NICHOLAS SLEVINSKY | ARMY | BRIDGEPORT, CT | WORLD WAR II*
FREDERICK R. SMITH | NAVY | FOXBORO, MA
ALLEN F. SOUCIA | AIR FORCE | NORTH EASTON, MA | VIETNAM
WILLIAM J. SPIERDOWIS | MARINES | NORWOOD, MA | WORLD WAR II
JERRY SPRING | MARINES | NORWICH, CT | VIETNAM
FREDRICK J. STANTON | ARMY | FOXBORO, MA
EDWARD STEVENSON | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
STANLEY J. STROK | NAVY | IPSWICH, MA | KOREA
FRANK SUTHERLAND | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR I
ALPHONSE SYMONEVICH | ARMY | SIDNEY, ME | WORLD WAR II
LESTER C. THOMPSON | ARMY | HOULTON, ME | WORLD WAR II
LESTER R. THOMPSON | ARMY | HOULTON, ME | VIETNAM
BERNARD TIERNEY | ARMY | WALTHAM, MA | WORLD WAR II
FRANCIS “TOBY” TIERNEY | MARINES | WALTHAM, MA | VIETNAM
BERNARD J. TIERNEY JR. | MARINES | WALTHAM, MA | VIETNAM
ALTON V. TITCOMB | NAVY | HOULTON, ME | WORLD WAR II
BENJAMIN P. TITCOMB | ARMY | LITTLETON, ME | CIVIL WAR*
RALPH M. TITCOMB | NAVY | LITTLETON, ME | WORLD WAR II
ALTON C. TITCOMB | NAVY | L I TTLETON, ME | WORLD WAR I
EDMUND B. TITCOMB | NAVY | NORFOLK, VA | WORLD WAR II
IRWIN S. TREAT | NAV Y | WESTFIELD, MA | WORLD WAR II
ROBERT TROUFIELD | ARMY | PAWTUCKET, RI | KOREA*
TUCKER TRUNDLEY | ARMY | NORWOOD, MA | VIETNAM
WILFRED A. VACHON | ARMY | PLAINVILLE, MA | IRAQ
ERICK VALIENTE-CRUZ | MARINES | MARLBORO, MA | IRAQ
ALLAN O. VANBUSKIRK | ARMY | BOSTON, MA | WORLD WAR II
HARRY VATOUSIOU | NAVY | SPRINGFIELD, MA | WORLD WAR II
WILLIAM D. V INES | ARMY | YARMOUTH, MA | WORLD WAR II
JOE VISCARDI | MARINES | FRANKLIN, MA | IRAQ
BRADLEY M. WAKELEY | NAVY | FREDRICA, DE
HORACE WALTER | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
BERLIN T. WEEMS | ARMY | LOWELL, MA | WORLD WAR II / KOREA / VIETNAM
FRANK WELCH | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR I
DONALD A. WELLMAN | MARINES | HANOVER, MA | VIETNAM
ARTHUR WHITE | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR II*
CHARLES R. WILBER | SHARON, MA | WORLD WAR I*
JUSTIN WISDOM | ARMY | FORT BRAGG, NC | IRAQ
DAVID F. WOOD | ARMY | BOXFORD, MA | VIETNAM
THEODORE F. YOUNG | FOXBORO, MA | WORLD WAR II
*Lost In Service