Anthony Di Petta KIA in Crash at Sea

(Nov. 10, 1944) - Mr. and Mrs. Sisto Di Petta of 9 Columbia Avenue, who were informed that their son, Aviation Ordnanceman 1/c Anthony Di Petta, was missing in action, have received a letter from his commanding officer, Lt. Commander S. L. Prickett, USN, telling that he was lost in an airplane crash at sea.

Young Di Petta who has served five years in the Navy was attached to a Torpedo Squadron of the Air Force when he was lost in action.

From The Nutley Sun

Nov. 10, 1944 - ANTHONY DI PETTA IS BELIEVED DEAD

October 12, 1945 - ANTHONY DI PETTA OFFICIALLY DEAD

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