Military Service

The men and women of Cuyahoga Heights answered the call to arms.  During World War I, many of the men volunteered and responded to the draft to serve.  Many who were immigrants were given citizenship upon entering the service.  In 1947, the first veterans organization, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6566 was organized and given quarters at the village-owned facility at 4646 E. 71st St., which was the old Willow House, and today the home of the Cuyahoga Heights Historical Committee.
 
The marble memorial at the Village Hall was dedicated in 1948 in tribute to all village men and women who served in the military.  It is the scene of the annual Memorial Day services.
  
Those who served were:
Cleri M. Adorni
Umero Adorni
Albert J. Aguzzi
Iacopo Angiocchi
Lydio Angiocchi
Robert Angiocchi
Lucian Anielski
Raymo Antognozzi
George Attewell
Albert Baracz
Henry Baracz
Raymond Baracz
Steve J. Baracz
A. Bartczak
Leonard Bartczak
Simon Bartczak
John Bartkiewicz
Joseph Bartkiewicz
Anna Mae Bass
William Baur
William Baur Jr.
Peter Beak
Charles Berka
Leo N. Billi
James Bloam
Ralph Bloom
John F. Bohdan
Nick Bohdan
Joseph F. Boing
John Borowy
Harry G. Bricker
Stewart Brown
Frances Byrne
Carl Casavecchia Sr.
Dominic Casavecchia
Ferdinand Casavecchia
Tony Casavecchia
Howard Cash
Robert Chase
William Christy
Andrew Coffee
Joseph Coffee
Charles Connors
Joseph Conte
Elia Contipelli
Edward Crombine
Eugene Crombine
Frank J. Crooks
Joseph L. Crooks
Stefan Czekalski
Alonzo Darling
Hubert Darling
Lester G. Davis
Ralph L. Davis
Ralph DeSantis
Joseph Dolezal
Edward I. Domzalski
Frank Domzalski
Harold F. Dunham
Martin Dzuro
Joseph Evans
Walter Evans
Albert Ezzo
Howard L. Farrar
Kenneth L. Farrar
Rudolph Fess
Guido J. Fontana
O. Fontana
Frank From
Edward Gaida
Albert Gallitz
Frank Gallitz
George A. Gallitz
Jacob Gallitz
Edward Golembiewski
H. Golembiewski
Charles Gorney
Chester Grzelecki
Bruno Guidotti
Vincent Guidotti
Edward Guilfoyle
Chester L. Gutkowski
John L. Hanousek
Robert Harris
Harold H. Heckman
Robert Heinz
Eugene Henry
Robert Hine
Henry Humphrey
Renato Iacopucci
Dean James
Donald James
Richard James
Raymond Kalfas
Donald Kaminski
Theodore Kaminski
Ernest Klaas
Ignatius Klanchnik
Ernest Knaack
Bruce Knowlton
Theodore Koren
Henry Kosicki
Donald Krusinski
Kenneth Kruzel
Joseph Langa
Robert Larkin
Joe Laskowsky
Anthony Leciejewski
Steve Lesiak
Joseph Lipiec
Albert Lucarelli
John Lynch
Lawrence Mack
Joseph Mantell
Florence Martczak
James Masek
Gerald L. McCandless
Edmund Milczewski
Joe Miller
John Miller
Thomas Morrill
William Mycoski
Emiglio Nobili
Henry Nobili
Stanley Owens
Casimiro Pallini
Michael Pavlik
Alio Pellini
Harry Pellini
Arthur Perry
F.E. Peterson
Joseph Piasecki
Frank Przyborski
John Pytl
Casimiro Pallini
Peter Reali
Reno Reali
Thomas Sample
Steve Sandusky
Reno A. Santini
Julius Schmidt
Harry J. Schuman Sr.
Harry M. Schuman Jr.
Ray D. Schuman
Frank P. Schuschu
Robert D. Schuschu
Roy K. Shatto
William Simer
Frank Slipota
Stanley Smith
Stanley Smolira
Stanley Smosarski
Mike Srocynski
Clarence Stalzkowski
Edward Stawicki
Arthur Steiger
Lewis Steiger
Paul Steiger
Chester Suchocki
Charles D. Sweeney
Emigio Talani
Arthur Tallon
Harold Travers
Luigi Trevisani
Victor P. Trevisani
Robert Uridel
Ludi Vaccher
Attilio Vincenti
Eric Waldemarson
Max Wawszymak
Theodore Wawszymak
Harvey Weidner
Roy E. Weidner
Tony L. Wencke
Melvin Westhoven
Charles Williams
Carl Wlotzko
Joseph Woltman
Fritz Woodrick
Louis Woodrick
Joe Zgrabik
 
                                                                                                             Veterans of Foreign Wars
of the
United States
By the Authority of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States:
Be it Known, that Comrades (see below)
Having served honorably in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the United States of America in foreign wars
of the United States of America, are hereby authorized to organize and are constituted a Post in the
City of Cuyahoga Heights in the State of Ohio to be known as
Cuyahoga Heights Post NO. 6566 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.
In Witness Whereof, we have hereto set our hands and official seal of
the association this 26th day of April 1946
                                                     R M Haudy Jr. - Adjutant General    Joseph M. Stack - Commander in Chief
Cleri M. Adorni
Albert J. Aguzzi
Raymo Antognozzi
Steve J. Baracz
Charles P. Berka
Leo N. Billi
James G. Bloam
John F. Bohdan
Joseph F. Boing
Harry G. Bricker
Ferdinand L. Casavecchia
Eugene R. Crombine
Frank J. Crooks
Joseph L. Crooks
Lester G. Davis
Ralph L. Davis
Edward I. Domzalski
Harold F. Dunham
Howard L. Farrar
Kenneth L. Farrar
Guido J. Fontana
George A. Gallitz
Bruno Guidotti
Chester L. Gutkowski
John L. Hanousek
Harold H. Heckman
Ernest Knaack
Gerald L. McCandless
Elmer J. Newness
Steve N. Lesiak
Henry Nobili
Reno A. Santini
Ray D. Schuman
Harry J. Schuman Sr.
Harry M. Schuman Jr.
Frank P. Schuschu
Robert D. Schuschu
Roy K. Shatto
Charles D. Sweeney
Victor P. Trevisani
Tony L. Wencke
 
 
 
(Click on Images below to enlarge)
 

 

 

 

 
 

THE FIRST HONOR ROLL MEMORIAL

 
THE SECOND HONOR ROLL MEMORIAL
 
 






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