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"NEVER AGAIN SHOULD ONE GENERATION OF VETERANS FORGET ANOTHER" (Vietnam Veterans of America) America lost 34,454 lives in the Korean war, with another 103,284 wounded. 7,140 taken prisoner and 8,168 reported missing in action. All told, the war took more than 828,833 lives in a conflict that began in 1950 and ended in 1953. It has been said of the Korean Vets, "You put the free world on the road to victory in the Cold War. That is your enduring contribution, and all free people everywhere should recognize it today."

The following are 165 men from the Rochester area killed in The Forgotten War: Korea

WAR DEAD: KOREAN WAR

Bartalo, Michael Francis
Baumer, Robert B.
Becker, Grover
Benn, Leo J.
Benson, Albert M.
Bertrand, Kenneth Allan
Bianchi, Robert R.
Bradley, Frederick T.
Browne, Richard Orin
Buckley, James W.
Busico, Ernest
Cahill, John Arlington
Carini, Patrick A.
Carlson, James John
Caruso, Herman Rocco
Castro, Pedro O.
Chandler, Carl H.
Chiavetta, Joseph F.
Cleveland, Frank J.
Collins, Marvin Ronald
Cordone, Joseph J.
Cornish, Fahy Irving
Corsetti, Robert William
Cornwall, Donald
Cox, Richard Gray
Craver, Samuel Darwin
Cronin, Richard F.
Culhane, William D.
Cummings, Paul Daniel
Curtis, Lloyd L.
Damelio, Salvatore P.
Davis, Robert Conrad
DeGeorge, Phillip Edward
Deisenroth, Andrew F., Jr.
DeMaio, Ralph J.
DeManno, Anthony P.
Dolan, William G.
Duggan, David J.
Enright, Marvin C.
Eskridge, Luther D.
Felix, Robert L.
Foreman, Earl
Gilbert, John M.
Glennon, Patrick Robert
Golisano, Charles Patrick
Green, David Emmett
Greenwood, Ivan J.
Gresens, Paul J.
Gross, John William
Gruetzner, Brock D.
Habecker, Clifford Earl
Hadley, Raymond E.
Hagan, Roy Arthur
Haitz, Charles G.
Hayes, Robert F.
Hayton, Laverne B.
Hofmann, Norman Albert
Hoh, Joseph G.
Holland, Robert G.
Houghton, Rodney Hayes
Howser, Edward D.
Hummel, Joseph P.
Jameson, Richard Trask
Johnson, Donald E.
Johnson, William W.
Kelso, Warren B. (Kenton)
Kirchner, Gerald F.
Knarr, Harold R.
Koller, William S.
Krieg, William Otto
Kroeckel, Philip M.
La Due, Charles F.
Langlois, Ralph A.
Langtry, Charles S.
Leidecker, George L.
Lessord, Warren Harris
Lodan, Robert Judson
Lo Dolce, Frank
Loehr, John Lyle
Loftus, Arthur F.
Mac Pherson, Charles D.
McCabe, Joseph P.
Magee, John V.
Major, William Henry, Jr.
Male, Robert L.
Maloney, James P.
Marando, Louis J.
Martin, Nicholas P.
Mathony, Raymond Charles
Mercer, Perry J.
Merriweather, Jerome
Miller, Edmund H., Jr.
Miller, Raymond Mortimor
Mowers, Ernest H., Jr.
Mullaney, Terrance J.
Mullen, Kenneth James
Mura, Joseph
Navarra, Vincent C.
Nelson, Laurence H.
Nitschke, Richard Paul
O'Hara, Paul Francis
Osborne, William J.
Palmieri, Philip Anthony
Perkins, John Oliver, Jr.
Peters, Spiro J.
Pfeiffer, Norman Robert
Pickworth, James B., Jr.
Piercy, Zachary T., II
Pizzo, Samuel P.
Pubsley, Thomas P.
Quagley, Joseph M.
Queary, Louis G.
Randall, Robert Edward
Rasbridge, Richard R.
Raspanti, Robert J.
Reifsteck, Thomas E.
Requa, Quentin L.
Riemer, Kenneth C.
Robertson, Allan Reid
Root, Frederick Aaron, Jr.
Rosati, Anthony
Rush, William Thomas
Russ, Robert C.
Russo, Joseph Frank
Salerno, Joseph P.
Scacchetti, Fred
Scaccia, Peter J.
Schankin, Carlton F.
Schick, Paul E.
Schlitz, Carl J.
Schrader, Gordon W.
Scipioni, Henry A.
Scrivener, Kenneth G.
Seiler, George D.
Seils, Eugene Bernard
Shinkus, Albert J.
Smith, Dean Cady
Smith, Gerald J.
Smith, Glenn F. (Schmidt)
Smyda, Joseph T.
Spahn, William Edward
Stadler, Kenneth R.
Stark, Marshall W.
Steffenhagen, Alfred L., Jr.
Stoneham, Paul E.
Storm, Wallace Ray
Sweitzer, Alan M.
Swift, Thomas C.
Syzemore, Ernest J.
Tullius, Roy C., Jr.
Vella, Joseph P.
Vercolen, Albert L.
Vincent, Donald F.
Vinci, Salvatore
Wachtman, Thomas G.
Weed, Harold John
Wesp, Floyd Elwood
Willis, Richard B., Jr.
Yahn, Armour R.
Young, Jules Edwin
Zingarella, Anthony