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Frank Lusito U.S. Navy WWII
Frank Lusito U.S. Navy WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 2/2/1907
Died On: 9/1/1983 Last Residence: 12601, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York
Street Address: 56 Cedar Place
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy - SEABEES

Veteran Code: USN-145


BIOGRAPHY
 
Frank Lusito was born in New York in 1907. In Rye his family lived at 56 Cedar Place. Frank enlisted and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Enlistment Date 1: 16 Apr 1943, Release Date 1: 22 Nov 1945, MEMBER OF THE SEABEES, FOUGHT AND PARTICIPATED IN ALL CONSTRUCTION EFFORT IN NEW GUINEA AND THE PHILIPPINES.

t Frank4 N. Lusito - l v Frank N. Lusito. ft. ot I Bahretf Are, Town of PoaghkaepeW, died Saturday at SL Francis Hospital in the City ot Poughkeepsle. i An employe of the Hadeon River Psychiatric Cantor tor 17yaara. Mr. tnslto retired In 1171. He wu a U JL Hery veteran, serving during World War U. Ha was a member of VFW Pott N. 170. Mr. Lusito elso was a member ot the Italian Center In Poughkeepsle. He wa born hi Potensa, Italy, Feb. X MOT. the son of Coaatinttne and Christina Mangtnt Lusito. Mr. Lusito married the farmer Ma Mrs. Lusito survives. b addition to hie wile, he U survived by a son, Fraak Lusito of Poughkeepsle; a daughter. Barbara Uulto of Poughkeepsle; two brother. Nicholas Lusito ot Florida and William Lusito of Connecticut; six slater. Clementine VallartUi ot Florida, Theresa Hotoph of Sarville (Suffolk County). Joan CoUlgnosi of Port Chester (Westchester County), Rita Kemp of Connecticut. Ethel Hedrick of Virginia, and Anna Haas of South 'Carolina. Two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also sur - ;n aaaaaaaaaaaaalllH Frank H. Loatto died attvuay. Calling hour are Sunday front 7 to I pjn. and Monday from I to 4 and Home, Main Street, Pleasant Valley. Funeral service are Tuesday at II a.m. at the faith Assembly of Ood Chorch. II Hooter Avltabltep - als, with the Rav. EDI Damlanl ofn - datlng. Burial will be la the Freedom Plain Cemetery, Pleasant Valley. Donation nay ba mad bit the Fslnrtew Fir Department Reecae from 7 to I pjn. at the ADen Funeral' Squad.

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