Soldiers in World War 2 from the Village of Hunter

Transcribed from a plaque in front of the local High School on Route 23A in the Village of Hunter, by Sylvia Hasenkopf on September 24, 2000


In Honor of the Men and Women of Hunter who served their Country in WW2 and In Memory of those who died that we might live.

Ephraim M. Abrahamson, H. Chester Benjamin, Dayton L. Benjamin Jr., Edwin F. Benjamin, Ellen Benjamin, John J. Benjamin, Sheldon Blackman, Nathan B. Borgenicht, James C. Bowes, John J. Bowes, Abraham Boyarsky, Lewis P. Casey, Harry Cohen, Claude E. Decker, Katherine S. Distin, Claude Drake, Albert E. Ferraro, Clifford H. German *, Kenneth Gill, Charles E. Goodrich, Floyd W. Goodrich, Lloyd M. Goodrich, Ira Gordon, Joseph Gordon, Oscar Gordon, Joseph Graver Jr., Herbert Graver, G. Richard ham, Harold P. Hiller, Lionel S. Hiller, Charles I. Helicus, Edward Higgins, Lewis Higgins, Elsworth Higgins, Ralph Higgins, Henry Hitchcock *, Charles E. Hoyt, George H. Hoyt, Arthur Hylan, Jack Isken, Michael Kennally Jr., Morris H. Klein, Raphael Klein, Jesse R. Lamberton, Cornwall Layton, Legrand Layton, Lionel Layton, Ralph Layton, Daniel F. Lockwood, George F. Lockwood, Robert Y. McNaught Jr., Arnold J. Mandeberg, Arthur Matthews, Kenneth E. Meade, Alexander Miller, Irene Miller, C. Donald Nicholls, George Osborne, Leonard Osborn, Leroy Osborn, Seward R. Osborne, Lyman Ostrander, Morris J. Padovani, Joseph Parslow Jr., Howard Peskowitz, Jerome Peskowitz, Kenneth R. Pond, Milton K. Pond, Richard Rider, Harold Rivenburgh, Milton Rosenstein *, Gilbert Ross, Walter Schoonmaker, Alexander Selinger, Irving Selinger, Robert C. Simmons, John Simonaitis, Israel Slutzky, Orville A. Slutzkey, Herbert Solomon *, Alfred Speenburgh, Clause Speenburgh, Clifford Speenburgh, Theron J. Strenk, Robert Sturtz, Norman H. Theil, John F. Van Cura, Howard B. Vedder, Stanley Wase, Benjamin Winter, Murray Wizner, Albert C. Zacks, Harold J. Zacks


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