1937


 
US Army 
Frank Albert Allen
(1917-1942)
  • U.S. Army
  • World War II
  • Torpedo man
  • Trained with a gunnery group at Michigan State College at Newport R.I.
  • Killed in action June 26, 1942 in North Africa
  • IntermentEast View Cemetery, Salem, NJ
  • Class of 1937
Service WWII 1942-1942



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Allen, Frank Albert 
 
 AAC
Roger Moran Ansink
(1919-2003)
  • U.S. Army Air Corps
  • World War II 
  • Rank - Staff Sergeant
  • Served European Theater of Operations as a radio operator with the Troop Carrier Command
  • Ferry and Transport Service of the Air Service Command
  • Class of 1937
Service 1938-1945 (WWII) & 1947-1949
 
Ansink, Roger M.
   
US Army

Harry Francis Brumbaugh
(1919-2001)
  • U.S. Army
  • World War II 
  • POW - 19 months in German Camps
  • Interment ~ Salem County War Veterans Memorial Park & Cemetery, Pilesgrove, NJ
  • Class of 1937

 MIA

Brumbaugh 
Brumbaugh           Brumnbaugh 
 
AAC

Lewis Raymond Firth
(1920-1913)
  • U.S. Army Air Corps
  • World War II 
  • Commissioned Lieutenant and received silver pilots wings
  • Class of 1937
Lewis R. Firth 
Lewis R. Firth 
 
US Army   
Luther Hoffman Hadley
(1919-1966)
  • U.S. Army
  • World War II
  • Stationed in Arizona and California
  • Interment ~ Baptist Cemetery, Salem, NJ
  • Class of 1937
Hadley, Luther
 
 
 US Army

Jesse J. Harris
(
1919-1995)
  • U.S. Army 
  • World War II
  • Stationed at Camp Butner, N.C
  • Interment ~ Saint Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Salem, NJ
  • Class of 1937
 
Jesse Harris 
 
USMC 

Julius Kollar
(1920-1943)
  • U.S. Marine Corps
  • Killed in Action on March 18, 1943 in the Pacific theatre.
  • Corsair Fighter Squadron
  • Interment ~ National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Class of 1937


KIA

 
Julius Kollar 
 
Kollar, Julius   Kollar, Julius

 
Navy
William Homan Kugler
(1917-2012)
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II
  • Deployed: Adak, Alaska & Mississippi (Flight training)
  • Awarded several Unit Citations & several Awards as a unit
  • Served Naval Communications Intelligence Organization
  • Interment ~ Salem County War Veterans Memorial Park & Cemetery, Pilesgrove, NJ
  • Class of 1937 

Service 1942-1945


Kugler 
 
US Army 


VFW

Ellan Levitsky - Orkin
b1919
  • U.S. Army Nurse Corps
  • World War II
  • Served in Normandy
  • Rank - 1st Lieutenant
  • 164th Gen Hosp, Army Nurse Corps, N-762232
  • WW2 Victory Medal
  • Awarded the French Legion of Honor medal, the highest distinction for service in France
  • Class of 1937
Service 1943-1946
 
Ellan & Dorothy Levitsky 
French Medal of Honor
American Sisters Among Thirteen Awarded French Legion of Honor 
 
 WW2 Memorabilia - Ellan Joyce Levitsky
WW2 Memorabilia

Levitsky

 
AAC 
Douglas John Marts
(
1919-1994)
  • U.S. Army Air Corps
  • World War II  
  • Interment ~ Salem County War Veterans Memorial Park & Cemetery, Pilesgrove, NJ 
  • Class of 1937
 
 Marts, Douglas John 1937
 
AAC

Kenneth L. Miller
(
1920-2006)
  • U.S. Army Air Corps
  • World War II  Stationed at Miami Beach, Florida
  • Interment ~ Woodbury Memorial Park, Woodbury, NJ
  • Class of 1937
 Kenneth L. Miller
Kenneth L. Miller 
 
US Army

Norman Miller  

(1917-1944)
  • U.S. Army 
  • World War II
  • Killed in Action November 26, 1944, in France
  • Sergeant in the Third U.S. Infantry
  • Interment ~ aint Avold, Saint Avold, France
  • Class of 1937


KIA 
Norman Miller 
 
Navy   
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • Honorably discharged in 1946
  • Interment ~ Overlook Cemetery, Bridgeton, NJ
  • Class of 1937
Service 1942-1946 (WWII)
          
Edgar Dewitt Newton, Jr. 1937 
 
US Army

William Beebe Plasket, Jr.
 

(1919-1943)
  • U.S. Army
  • World War II 
  • MIA in the European theatre
  • T/Sgt
  • He received his radio operator training at Scott Field, Illinois and also attended bombing and gunnery schools. He shipped overseas to his station in Thurleigh, England in August, 1942. 
  • Radio Operator — 368th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group.
  • Participated in the Stuttgart raid of 6 September 1943, when his B-17 aircraft, 42-30163, ran out of fuel just short of the English Channel in Normandy. The aircraft crash landed near Rouen. Shortly after he bailed out, Sgt. Plasket was conveyed to Paris by the Underground.
  • He perished in the Pyrenees making his escape into Spain on or about 25 October 1943."
  • Interment ~ East View Cemetery, Salem, NJ
  • Class of 1937 

        MIA    KIA

Plaskett, William 
 
 Navy
Warren S. Ray, Jr. 
(1917-1983)
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • A carpenter, 2nd class, petty officer, stationed at the Cape May Naval Base.
  • His father Warren L. Ray also served in the U.S. Navy
  • Class of 1937

 
Warren S. Ray 
 
 AAC

Alan Lee Skinner 
(1920-1984)
  • U.S. Army Air Corps
  • World War II 
  • Trained at Selman Field, Monroe, La., as aerial navigator.
  • Navigator on a B-17 Bomber, received the Distinguished Flying Cross
  • Stationed in Italy
  • Interment ~ East View Cemetery, Salem, NJ
  • Class of 1937
 
Alan Lee Skinner 
  Alan Skinner 
 


 



   
Navy   
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • Honorably discharged in 1946
  • Class of 1937
Service 1942-1946 (WWII)

          

   
Navy   
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • Honorably discharged in 1946
  • Class of 1937
Service 1942-1946 (WWII)

          

   
Navy   
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • Honorably discharged in 1946
  • Class of 1937
Service 1942-1946 (WWII)

          

   
Navy   
  • U.S. Navy
  • World War II 
  • Honorably discharged in 1946
  • Class of 1937
Service 1942-1946 (WWII)