Frank Stangota KIA in France

Pvt. Frank Stangota, 19, son of Mrs. Mary Stangota of St. Mary's Place, was killed in action in France on Nov. 25, 1944.

He was a Nutley High School graduate and before entering service a year ago last September was employed by the Swan Engineering Company.

His brother, Pvt. Carmine Stangota, is a paratrooper in England. He also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Renn and Misses Rose and Anne Stangota, all of Nutley.

Pvt. Stangota's remains were repatriated and he is interred at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Lyndhurst, N.J.

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