Freedom is not free. Sometimes, it comes at a very high cost.
Situated in front of the Highland Fire Company on 3800 Marlton Pike in Pennsauken NJ. The monument was originally up the street at Marlton Pike and Highland Avenue. It was moved to its present location in 1974 by members of the fire company.
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IN HONOR OF THE MEN AND WOMEN
WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY DURING WORLD WAR II
|HOWARD E. APPLEY, JR.||PFC||ARMY||
39th Infantry Regiment
9th Infantry Division
|LOUIS J. CONTRAVO||F1C||NAVY||5/5/1944|
|FREDERICK G. CORBETT||CPL||AIR FORCE||745th Ordinance Company, Aviation||7/9/1942|
2nd Infantry Division
317th Infantry Regiment
80th Infantry Division
|HERBERT F. LOKAN||PFC||ARMY|
|THOMAS J. MARTIN||PFC||MARINES||
|MARIO A. MARCHIONE||SGT||ARMY||
12th Infantry Regiment
4th Infantry Division
|CHARLES A. WILSON||MERCHANT
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Six men from Camden NJ, Frank Ballerino, Michael Carr, Michael Yachus, Stephen V. Koscianski, Lewis Riondino, and Joseph H. Johnson died together when the troop transport HMTS Rohna was struck by a German guided glider bomb and sank of the coast of North Africa. In addition, six other Camden County men, Jacob Kessler Jenkins and Carl Johanson of Pennsauken, 19 year-old Harry V. Taylor Jr. of Haddonfield, William McKeon of Blackwood, Merl Reagle of Lindenwold, and Elmer F. Day of Merchantville and also were lost that day. In total, 1,015 men were lost, but the story was never told to the families or the general public for over 57 years due to wartime censorship.
Click links to visit web-pages on these memorials, and to visit "virtual memorials" to Camden County's fallen heroes.
GUEST BOOK & E-MAIL
of this date, February 6, 2002 I have not erected a guest-book. Please
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If you would like your comment published in the upcoming guest-book,
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Phil Cohen, Camden NJ