Frank L. Kresak

Frank L. Kresak • Army • 1929 – 2023 • Korean War • My pappap ❤️ A very loving husband, father, pappap, and great-grandpa. Always ready to help his family however, whenever, and wherever. He’s resting with his loving wife at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.

Donald Christian Kopp

Donald Christian Kopp • Army • 1923 – 2020 • WWII •
Bronze star, American Defense Service Medal, Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal with two battle stars, WW II Victory Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Good Conduct Medal, Expert Badge with Carbine, Sharpshooter Badge with Rifle, Honorable Discharge.

William A. Henderson

William A. Henderson • Army • 1927 – 2001 • Bill Henderson, my Dad, served in the army in WWII. He worked as an orderly/cast man in an army hospital. He learned how to make and mold casts for injured Vets while recuperating from an injury of his own. He was a loving husband, father, uncle, and brother. He was loved by all and returned that love tenfold. Always up for an adventure, he and mom are on to their next one! He was, and is my Hero. He lays at rest, alongside mom at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies.

Noel F Mattiello

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Noel F Mattiello • Army • 1938 –  •Noel Mattiello served in the Army 1962-1965. He was stationed in Germany as a member of the 4th Armored Division. He was honorably discharged with the rank of specialist.

Gregory M Strayer


Gregory M Strayer • Army, Navy • 1964 – • Greg enlisted in the Navy right out of high school. He sailed the Mediterranean as a fuel specialist on the USS Nimitz. He later went on to do split service and enlisted in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. To this day he is an avid supporter of every branch of military.

Robert F. Murphy


Robert F. Murphy • Army • 1921 – • WWII France-Sergeant-Infantry • Robert F. Murphy received a Purple Heart for wounds received in France in June, July and August of 1944.

William W Weibley

William W Weibley • Army • 1921 – 2010 • WWII • William “Bill” Weibley served as a T5 Army Conductor during WWII from 1943-1946. T5, Technician fifth grade, was a rank of the United States Army from 1942 to 1948. The rank was created to recognize enlisted soldiers with special technical skills, but who were not trained as combat leaders.

Carlton Pechin Cook

Carlton Pechin Cook • Army • 1918 – 1998 • World War II •

Carlton P. Cook was born May 10, 1918, in Malvern, PA., and died on May 20, 1998, in Coatesville, PA.
PFC Cook enlisted in the United States Army in 1941 and completed combat tours in Italy and North Africa during World War II as part of the 34th Infantry Division of the United States Army.

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