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Above is John Cyrulik’s written life history. Feel free to download it to your computer.
Love Helen’s recollections of her brother!
My mom took German at Woodrow Wilson HS, class of 1945
never made the connection till Helene mentioned it just now
Bill, Helen says See was a Yale graduate.
Catheriine Johnson, my mom Helen just adores your mother Adel!
Could the White Beach map be enlarged? My dad was on Red Beach and also in Pelelu.
Nils Gordon Johnson
My husband's father was Sebastian Intravia - his mom was a Passanisi (Anna) and his dad was Joseph Intravaia. They both came from Melilli, Sicily and met in Middletown. They had a florist business on Main St. They had eight children and all the boys served in Italy. My father in law Sebastian attended Weslyan and went on to became a lawyer was part of the Thunderbirds and was involved in the liberation of Dachau.
Catherine, you might want to send scans of the pamphlet to the Bishop museum in Honolulu.
I found a map that says Red Beach on the north
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I relate to how Bill Corvo’s parents met during the War. My mother was the first French War Bride (to marry an American serviceman - my Dad). They met in Casablanca.
He was not available in ’44 for a fire!!
If anyone recalls the sound of Wilcox Crittenend,I was told you could here the forges 24/7 during the war!
Phelps Ingersoll was the owner of Wilcox, Crittenden