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Guardino, Stephen Jr.

Stephen Guardino U.S. Navy WWII
Stephen Guardino U.S. Navy WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 2/8/1914
Died On: 23 Jan 1991 Last Residence: 10021, New York, New York
Street Address: Park Drive Road
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy - CSS Los Angeles

Veteran Code: USN-80


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Stephen Guardino was born in New York in 1914. In Rye his family lived on Park Drive Road and were members of the Church of the Resurrection. Stephen enlisted in U.S. Navy during World War II.

Name: Stephen, Jr. Guardino Jr Social Security Number: 109-03-1801 Birth Date: 8 Feb 1914 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New York Last Residence: 10021, New York, New York, New York, USA Death Date: Jan 1991

Name: Stephen Guardino Gender: Male Birth Date: 8 Feb 1914 Death Date: 23 Jan 1991 Cause of Death: Natural SSN: 109031801 Enlistment Date 1: 9 Oct 1943

Discharged from Navy Stephen Guardino. Jr. , of Park Drive Road has been released from active duty in the Naval service after serving thirty months and participating in the China liberation. He last served aboard the CSS Los Angeles. February 22, 1946 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE THREE

U.S., World War II Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 for Stephen Guardino

Stephen P Guardino Jr a New York City resident who belonged to the Westchester Country Club since 1938 died yesterday of heart feilure at Beckman Downtown Hospital in Manhattan He was 76.

Mr Guardino was born Feb 8 1914 to Stephen and Louise Mang-iere Guardino in New York City He attended Cheshire Academy in Connecticut and graduated from Lafeyette College in Easton Pa in 1936 with a bachelors degree in business administration He served as a lieutenant commander in the US Navy during ' World War II.

After leaving the Navy he served as president of Guardino It Son marine contractors in the port of New York His fether (bunded the company in 1899 on Page A1 1 World Warn veteran Mr Guardino married Barbara Lombardi in New York ' City in 1975 He was a member of the Downtown Athletkr Club' and the Westchester Country Club in Harrison the Propeller Club a maritime club in Manhattan and the Maritime Association in Manhattan.

He is survived by his wife two sons Stephen Guardino III of Tampa Fla and Henry of Fort Lauderdale Fla a sister Lillian Chiarello of Richmond Va three grandchildren two five nieces The femily asked that contributions be made to the American Cancer Society Arrangements are being handled by Graham Funeral Home of Rye.
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