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Robert C. Leverich U.S. Army WWII
Robert C. Leverich U.S. Army WWII

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Date of Birth: 11/2/1917
Died On: 8/1/1977
Street Address: Pelham, Westchester, New York
Service Number: 32510413
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-376

Robert C. Leverich

Robert C. Leverich November 2, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Cameron and Catherine McLarney Leverich. In Rye, along with his brother Donald, his family lived at 8 Morehead Dr. and were members of the Church of the Resurrection.

Robert was a graduate of Pelham High School and the University of Virginia and it's Law School and was a member of the Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

He enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Robert served as a Captain in the Army and served as an Instructor while based in Fort Benning, Georgia

He married Constance Irene "Nancy" Valadon on August 25, 1944, in Pelham, New York. They had five children during their marriage.

After the war Robert worked for Merrill Lych and would become a vice president.

An avid golfer he was a member of Pine Valley Country Club and President of Woodway Country Club.

Robert C. Leverich died on August 10, 1977, in Darien, Connecticut, at the age of 59.

At the time of his death, he was survived by his wife Constance "Nancy (Valadon), a son Robert. Jr. of Chatham, NJ and four daughters Wendy Feighery of Bethel, CT, Kathleen of Somerville, Deborah MacFadden of Ridgefield. CT., Mary of Jackson, WY and 7 grandchildren.

A Memorial Mass was held at St Catherine's Church in Riversode CT.

Draft Card October 16,1940

Links to this Veterans History

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5 of 5 Robert C. Leverich January 28, 2023
Reviewer: Deborah (Leverich) MacFadden from info@ryevets.org  
This is a wonderful project. Thank you for putting this site together. My children, 29 and 32, never met my dad, their grandfather, who died years before they were born. His history and the photos attached are amazing artifacts for them -- and me! Bless you. Sincerely, Deborah (Leverich) MacFadden

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