Sterba, Leonard

Sterba, Leonard

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Leonard Sterba lived in Rye and served during the Vietnam War. He was a Rye High School graduate, Class of 1962.
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Branch of Service: US Army

Veteran Code: VIET-175

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after graduating NYU 1967, Leonard Sterba served in the US Army Artillery , Vietnam May 1968 thru July 1969....a combat wounded soldier, quang tin province, May 1969 w the rank of specialist 5th class giving fire direction commands to his unit..C battery 1/14 artillery, AMERICAL DIVISION...in support 1/46 infantry Alpha company...Captain Kern Dunagan for his actions received the Congressional Medal of Honor...Mr Sterba after his service pursued a career in advertising, lasting 25 years...a notable radio program the client Warner Lambert perhaps gained favor promoting gum & mint products will be remembered in the DR DEMENTO RADIO MONOLOGUE ..He resides in Seaside Park, NJ......and Pinehurst, NC...He will always remember the Apawamis Club, Rye, NY where his early life was enriched remembering great members and advice never forgotten.

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5 of 5 Genealogy August 19, 2020
Reviewer: Anthony Fabian from tony68823@gmail.com  
I am working on genealogy my grandmother Helen Wasilewski his grandmother Viola Wasilewski were first cousins from Nanticoke, Viola parents were Anthony Wasilewski and Veronica Kurkaleski, I was wondering where Viola Wasilewski  Benesch Mrochko is buried.

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5 of 5 Typo corrections July 5, 2020
Reviewer: Leonard sterba from Lobsterbat@ Gmail.com  
served May 1968 thru July 1969.........[not America ‘s Div ].  AMERICAL DIVISION...

also after C1/14 artillery,  LZ PROFESSIONAL, AMERICAL DIVISION...

greatly appreciated appreciated...

another rye veteran, class of of 62 served Vietnam....CAPT. JAMES SCHAEFER, wounded flying light observation helicopter LOH..

he resides near, Orlando Fl.

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5 of 5 MY VIETNAM SERVICE, MAY 1969 thru July 1969 June 3, 2020
Reviewer: Leonard Sterba from lobsterbar@gmail  
I gave a detailed description  AND HAVE NOT HEARD BACK

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