Nutley Sons Honor Roll
Korean War Era
Korean War: June 23, 1950 - January 31, 1955
Robert G. Bliss died Feb. 4, 1953, during Army maneuvers in Germany.
Pfc. Joseph DiNardo has been declared missing in action since Dec. 2, 1950.
John R. Gorman, 24, was killed in action in Korea on May 18, 1951.
1st. Lt. Bernard Hafkin was killed in action on Heartbreak Ridge, Korea, on Oct. 19, 1951
S/Sgt. McConnell, an Army recruiter, died on Oct. 9, 1951
Fireman 1/c Richard Arthur Miller, 20, was killed in July 1951 during an amphibious landing exercise at Camp Pendleton, Va.
Corporal Alex. "Sandy" MacMillan, was killed in action northwest of Honsong, Korea on March 22, 1951.
Private William Nolze, 26, "presumed dead," after being reported missing for more than one year. He was awarded the Silver Star for outstanding service against the enemy near Chonehong-ni, Korea.
Pfc. Nicholas S. Pucci, 18, was killed in action Sept. 6, 1950, in Pusan, Korea.
Pfc. Reed Artell Smith died Feb. 15, 1951, as a result of an automobile accident at Camp Breckenridge, Ky.
Private John F. Van Der Linde was killed in action in Korea on March 15, 1951.
Korean War memorial, Nutley, N.J.
New Jersey Korean War Memorial,
Pucci, Nicholas S., Pfc. September 6, 1950 Pusan, Korea
DiNardo, Joseph, Pfc. December 1950, Korea
Smith, Reed, Pfc. Feb. 15, 1951 Camp Breckenridge, Ky.
Van Der Linde, John F., Pfc. March 15, 1951, Korea
Mac Millan, Alex., Corp. March 22, 1951, Korea
Nolze, William W., Pfc. April 1951, Korea
Gorman, John R., Pfc. May 18, 1951, Korea
Miller, Richard Arthur, July 1951 Camp Pendleton, Va.
Bernard Hafkin, 1st Lt., Oct. 19, 1951, Korea
Bliss, Robert G., Feb. 4, 1953 Germany
N.J. Korean War Memorial,
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