TOWN OF LEE, BERKSHIRE COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS

GOLD STAR SOLDIERS

TOWN OF LEE, BERKSHIRE COUNTY, MA

Submitted by: Mal Eckert

WORLD WAR I
James R. Bossidy
John T. Carty
Thomas M. Crerar
Thomas J. Fanning
Russel R. Griffin
Harry F. Gross
Charles T. Noonan
Harold M. Parker
Milton D. Parker
Ivan A. Roberts
WORLD WAR II

JAMES BURT MEMORIAL PARK
TOWN OF LEE, MA

A small park stands along side of the Lee Library on Main Street. It's monuments honor the "Gold Star Soldiers" of the town that lost their lives protecting their country in the years from World War I to the present time and Capt. James Burt, a Lee resident, who was presented the Congressional Medal of Honor by President Harry S. Truman for his actions in World War II. Capt. Burt is the only soldier from Berkshire County to ever have this honor bestowed to him.

Eugene R. Aroldi
James Armstrong
Eugene L. Bonafin
Harold M. Brace
Thomas Burt
Thomas F. Carpenter
Herbert Cory
George E. Coty
Harry Cross
Joseph Davis
Ralph A. Gage
John L. Leahey
Peter McGoldrick
Francis Murray
Aldo Pera
John W. Richmond
Donald L. Turner
Donald Whalen
Victor J. Pezzotini

KOREA

William Abderhalden
Kenneth Turner

VIETNAM

Charles R. Cummings
Bruce Stevenson
James Termini
Michael Whalen

 
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