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Lawrence Lubonski

Private First Class, U.S. Army

52690380

D Company
Second Battalion
1st Infantry Regiment
196th Infantry Brigade
Americal Division

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: February 27, 1968
Buried at: Section M Site 1689
                  Beverly National Cemetery

                  916 Bridgeboro Road
                  Beverly, NJ 08010
Awards: Purple Heart

 


PRIVATE FIRST CLASS LAWRENCE LUBONSKI was born April 2, 1947 to Lorraine and Joseph Lubonski Sr. One of five sons, he lived in Camden and later moved to Collingswood, New Jersey. Lawrence Lubonski graduated from St. Joseph's High School in Camden, New Jersey in 1966.

Private First Class Lawrence F. Lubonski after being drafted and receiving training as an infantryman began his tour of duty on September 28, 1967.

Private Lubonski was killed in action on February 27, 1968 in Quang Tin Province, South Vietnam.. His death was brought on by multiple fragmentation wounds. Private Lubonski was brought home to New Jersey and was buried at Beverly National Cemetery in Beverly, New Jersey. He was survived by his wife, parents, and brothers Joseph Jr., Thomas, Gerald, and William Lubonski.


LAWRENCE FRANK LUBONSKI
is honored on Panel 41E, Row 51 of
the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.


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