US PARAS Guarnere, William J.

John Robertson

Staff member
William J.
  • UNIT
506 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company E)
  • RANK
Staff Sergeant
Silver Star,Bronze Star
from Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
born 28.4.1923 South Philadelphia,Pennsylvania son of Joseph and Augusta Guarnere
Citizens Military Training Camp (3 years)
employed,Baldwin Locomotive Works,Philadelphia (night shift)
graduated South Philadelphia High School 1942
enlisted 31.8.1942 Philadelphia
WIA October 1944 Holland
WIA December 1944 near Foy,Belgium (lost a leg)
married Frances Peca (died 1997) (2 sons Eugene and William,Jr)
died 8.3.2014 Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
Holy Cross Cemetery,Yeadon,Delaware County,Pennsylvania
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