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Springfield's Honor Roll

Springfield veterans that made the supreme sacrifice to preserve our way of life.

Roll call is the calling of names of people from a list or roll to determine the presence or absence of the names listed. The Honor Roll acknowledges the supreme sacrifice of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces who have fallen in defense of the nation.

The following is a list of Springfield’s fallen since WWI through the Vietnam. The names from WWI are found on a bronze plaque to the left of the town hall entrance. The names with stars next to them are the fallen. The names from WWII and Vietnam are found on the memorial stones in front of town hall.

WWI

W. Budd Brill, Raymond Chisholm, Monnatto Monnico, Bertram L. Warner

WWII

William Alexander, Amos Arnold, George R. Boynton, J. Wendell Collins, Charles S. Drake, Robert B. Koster, John A. Martyn, Raymond G. Meyer, Louis H. Murphy, John McGeehan, Patsy Pasquale, Edward E. Phillips, Robert Platt, Ovide L. Ste Marie, George S. Stiles, Charles S. Stokes, Thomas C. Street, Raymond Tansey, Arnold M. Thompson, Charles E. Zwigard

Vietnam

Robert E. Bennett, III, Dennis J. Coll, Robert L. Walter

We shall not forget their sacrifice for us.

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David A. Gray November 11, 2012 at 01:18 AM
Marc Krauss is a great American. I am honored to call him a friend for the past 37 years!! -David A. Gray

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