In Memoriam


Honor the Two Who Died For You
Jesus and The American Soldier

“May Almighty God, the Father of us all, grant to the souls of our departed comrades,
a peace and a glory that is theirs because of the sacrifice they made so that others shall live.”

Listed below are our comrades, who have recently passed.

Senator William J. Larkin Jr. – Aug. 31, 2019
Joseph DeCaterina Sr. – June 20, 2019
Joseph W. Casper Jr. – June 2, 2019
Anthony Garzione – April 22, 2019
Joseph Farina – Dec. 27, 2018
Anthony “Tony” Buccieri – Dec. 6, 2018
Vincent T. Circhio – Oct. 8, 2018
Edward J. Brodow – Oct. 4, 2018
Salvatore A. Colacchio – July 26, 2018
Patrick Garzione – July 22, 2018
Julius Barki – May 24, 2018
Anthony J. Cavallo – March 1, 2018
Thomas Shustack – Feb. 28, 2018
Leroy Langer – Oct. 16, 2017
Deacon John Buckley – Aug. 27, 2017
Thomas F. Hoey Sr. – April 12, 2017
Leo Joseph Marino – April 11, 2017
Deacon Dominick Casadone – March 8, 2017
Joseph G. Certo – Nov. 17, 2016
Michael Clayton – Oct. 22, 2016
Francis W. Indzonka – Oct. 8, 2016
Felix Michael Presutti – March 25, 2016
Lawrence Bennett – Mar. 9, 2016
John Barcia – Feb. 12, 2016
John Barbero – Nov. 15, 2015
Peter LeRose – Sept. 24, 2015
George Whalen – Sept. 9, 2015
Louis Farina – July 11, 2015
Catherine Burke – April 15, 2015


Did You Know?

coins on headstoneA coin left on a deceased soldiers headstone lets their family know that somebody stopped by to pay their respects.
Leaving a penny means you visited.
A nickel means that you and the deceased soldier trained at boot camp together.
If you served with the soldier, you leave a dime. A quarter is very significant because it means that you were there when that soldier died.