TECHNICAL SERGEANT JOHN DI CICCO, of 300 Liberty Street, Camden NJ, was the son of . Rocco & Josephine DiCicco. He was born in Camden, and attended Woodrow Wilson High School. he was a graduate of the Camden County Vocational School in Pennsauken.
Already in the service at the time of Pearl Harbor, he was a gunner-engineer on a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber. On April 20th, his plane was shot down at Cormette, France. He reached the ground alive, but died of wounds received in that action on the following day, at the age of 28. He was survived by his parents, five brothers, Albert, serving in the Marines, and Joseph, who was in the Navy, Rocco Jr., Rudolph, and Frank DiCicco. John Di Cicco also left three sisters, Delores Di Cicco, Joyce Di Cicco, and Mrs. Leon Flamini
John Di Cicco was brought home to New Jersey after the war. He was buried at Calvary Cemetery in Delaware Township (present-day Cherry Hill) BJ, on March 28, 1949.
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