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Town of Cassel centennial
(1891-1991)

Veterans buried in Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetary [Cemetery] - Cassel,   pp. 50-53


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VETERANS FROM THE
TOWN OF CASSEL
WORLD WAR I
Gregor J Budzinski, Joseph P Cichon,
John R Dalsky, Alex B Dalsky, John M
Dalsky, Joe Greismer, Peter Jakubowski,
Frank Knetter, John Knetter, Lawrence
Kordus, *Paul F Kordus, Harry Lang,
Phillip G. Lang, John Nowak, Joseph
Pospychalla, Alex Pospychalla, George
Seliger, Anton Skrzypchak, Joseph Sten-
cil, Frank Szuminski, Anton T Wenzel,
August Wilichowski, Frank Wilichowski,
*Joseph Wilichowski, Frank Zemski
WORLD WAR I
Anton Adamski, Victor Adamski, Alex
Andreshak, Clarence Berens, Lamont
Berens, Adam Brzezinski, Anselm Ceran-
ski, Michael Ceranski, Myron Cramer,
Philip Dalsky, Harvey Drengler, *Alois
Dreikosen, Gerald Dreikosen, Alfred
Gruny, Anton Hornung Jr., Maurice
Hughes, Anton Imhoff, Alfred Joswiak,
John Joswiak, Joseph Karlen, Norton
Kempf, John Klosinski, Joseph Klosinski,
David Knoeck, Gilbert Knoeck, Alfred
Kohler, Richard Kohler, George Kordus,
Valerian Kordus, Adam Krause, Anton
Krause, Arthur Lang, *Alex 0 Lang,
Erhart Lang, Harold Lang, Leo Lang,
Isadore Lepak, Lawrence Lepak, Alois
Lemanski, Andrew Lemanski, David
Marzynski, Valentine Marzynski, David
Murkowski, Harry Muelbeck, Erwin
Rader, Hugo Rader, Francis Schilling,
Stanley Starzynski, Clarence Sturgul,
Alex Szymanski, Edwin Szymanski,
Joseph Szymanski, Wallace Szymanski,
Adam Wadzinski, Anton Wadzinski,
Clemens Wadzinski, Frank Wadzinski,
Harry Wadzinski, *Raymond Wadzinski,
Adolph Wadzinski, Aloysius Wilichowski,
Alfred Wilichowski, Clemens Lepak,
Raymond Lepak, Joseph Feltzkowski,
*Adolph Pospychalla, Edward Pospy-
challa, Rueben Lang, John Skrypchak Jr.,
Richard Lang
KOREAN WAR
Philip Adamski, LeRoy Adamski,
Wilbert Bantes, Richard Imhoff, Ronald
Kirstein, Elroy Lang, Orville Lang, Lean-
dor Lepak, Robert Schneeburger, Myron
Lepak, Arnold Seliger, Cyril Seliger,
Melvin Seliger, John Szuminski, Anthony
Trawickie, Marvin Wadzinski, Clarence
Wenzel, Joe Wesolowski, Arthur Wili-
chowski, Henry Zemski
V1ETNAM WAR
Donald Adamski, David Ceranski,
Steve Burger, Fidelis Ceranski, Arnold
Heil, Dennis Heil, James Heil, Richard
Heil, Donald Imhoff, Henry Imhoff Jr.,
Mike Joswiak, David Karlen, Gerald
Karlen, John Kirstein, Jerome Koppa,
Landelin Koppa, David Huebsch, Michael
Huebsch, Tom Huebsch, Arthur Lang,
Gary Lang, Derrell Lang, Kenneth Lang,
Leonard Lang, Charles Lemmer, Ralph
Lemmer, Robert Lemmer, Joseph Lepak,
Leander Lepak, Marlin Lepak, James
Lemanski, Thomas Milbeck, George
Pesanka, Thomas Pesanka, Ronald Rajek,
Kenneth Schuster, Terrance Szymanski,
George Wadzinski, Jeffrey Wadzinski,
Robert Wadzinski, Clarence Werner,
David Wielock, Dennis Wielock, Marcel
Wielock, Martin Wielock
[*Denotes Killed in Action]
VETERANS BURIED IN
SACRED HEART OF JESUS
CEMETARY - CASSEL
WORLD WAR I
1925 Frank A Knetter, 1931 John
Nowak, 1952 John J Knetter, 1957 Fred
Semski - from town of Emmet, 1959
Frank Szuminski, 1969 Gregor J Budzin-
ski - from town of Marathon, 1975 Frank
Wilichowski, 1976 Joseph P Cichon - from
town of Marathon, 1979 Anton C
Skrzypchak, 1981 Anton T Wenzel, 1984
Peter Jakubowski
Adolph Pospyhalla - killed in acton WWII 1944
Son of Louis & Anna Pospychalla
Raymond Wadzinski - killed in action WWII
1944 Son of Frank &Jennie Wadzinski
WORLD WAR 11
1944 Adolph R Pospychalla - killed in
action Aseatic area, 1944 Raymond A
Wadzinski - killed in action France, 1966
Victor E Adamski, 1966 Isadore S Lepak,
1981 John Klosinski, 1981 Adam L
Brzezinski, 1987 Joseph A Feltzkowski,
1982 Anton L Wadzinski, 1988 Adam E
Wadzinski
KOREAN WAR
1973 Henry J Zemski - from town of
Marathon, 1986 Adolph J Jakubowski
DAVID F WIELOCK - Dave served in
the US Army from April 1965 -April 1967.
He was at Nha Trang, Viet Nam, for one
year (March 1966 - April 1967) as a mili-
tary policeman.
EDWARD POSPYCHALLA - April 26,
1943 - I was drafted in military services at
Fort Sheridan. After my basic training at
Camp Grant, IL, I was assigned to 5th
armored division at Pine Camp New York.
We stayed there till February 10, 1944
then sailed to England, Camp Chisedon.
On July 23, 1944 I went to France. In
combat we traveled to Normandy, North-
ern France, Ardennis and Rhineland and
Central Europe. The war ended, we
received decorations and citations also
one silver star. Received an honorable
discharge October 19, 1945, as corporal
T/5 at Fort Sheridan, IL. Signed - Edward
Pospychalla


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