They answered their country’s call, but would never come home,
never be given a proper funeral where family and friends could
But on April 15, Bella Italia Mia, All Faiths Cemetery, Christ the King High School and American Legion Post 1424 dedicated a monument at the cemetery to remember American GIs forever listed as missing, and those killed whose bodies were never recovered.
A monument at the cemetery to remember American GIs forever listed as missing, and those killed whose bodies were never recovered.
Emcee Diego Lodico welcomes Korean War veteran and former state Sen. Serf Maltese, left, Gene Burch of the American Legion, Daniel Austin, president and CEO of All Faiths Cemetery, and singer Guiseppe Taormina.
Teresa Lodico of Maspeth, whose brother, Enrico Spatarella, was killed in World War II, greets memorial creators, Stanley Barany and his son Randy.
Teresa Lodico of Maspeth, whose brother, Enrico Spatarella, was killed in World War II, receives a flag in his honor from a U.S. Army color guard.
American Legion Ladies Auxiliary President Marie McLaughlin, left, and Margaret Weihs attend.
A plaque to Enrico Spatarella, who was 21 when he died in service to his country.
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