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856-339-8603 (Main)  ♦  609-774-7450 (Cell)  ♦  856-878-4639 (Fax)

Business Hours:
Monday thru Friday from 8:30am – 3:30pm  ♦  Appointments recommended to assure availability.

 

Services Offered to Veterans & Families

  • Phone call counseling
  • Filing Claims: Assistance in preparing and filing claims in the County Office, in homes or assisted living facilities as needed.
  • Veterans Cemetery: Assistance working with funeral directors, obtaining markers and making arrangements for burial in the County Veterans Cemetery.
  • Military History: Assistance obtaining military history, awards and discharge papers
  • Community Outreach: Conducts speaking engagements for educational purposes and participation in community parades, events and functions.
  • Special affairs: Attends special affairs throughout the year honoring our veterans, such as the “Salem County Salutes Our Armed Forces Enlistees Ceremony,” hosted by the Salem County Freeholder Board.

Military Service Medal Applications

Applications are being accepted now and you will be notified about 1 week before as to the time and place of the Medal presentation. Those who do not wish to attend a public presentation can fill out the application and check “NO” on the form. When your certificate is ready you will be notified to come to the Veteran Services. Office for a one on one presentation. We do not mail medals.

The next Military Service Medal Ceremony will be held in November 3, 2016 and the deadline for applications is September 22, 2016.   The ceremony was created to express the Counties gratitude by honoring its residents who served on active duty with any branch of our regular active armed forces and were separated under “Honorable Conditions.”  Veterans or families interested in recognizing a family member posthumously may complete a service medal application.

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Events

  • The next Military Service Medal Ceremony will be held on November 3, 2016 at 6pm, Salem Community College, Davidow Theater, Carney’s Point, NJ. The ceremony was created to express the County’s gratitude by honoring its residents who served on active duty with any branch of our regular active armed forces and were separated under “Honorable Conditions.” Veterans or families interested in recognizing a family member posthumously may complete a service medal application.
  • The Veterans Day Memorial will be held on November 11, 2016 at 5:00 pm, on the corner of Centerton Road and Olivet Road, Pittsgrove NJ honoring all who served.

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Staff

Director of Veterans’ Affairs – Joseph J. Hannagan, Jr.
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Members

  • Joe Hannagan
  • Edward Hassler
  • Harry Springer
  • Pat Hassler
  • Michael McFadden
  • Tami Thomas
  • Jeff Ridgway
  • Sam Willis
  • William Berglund
  • Jaci Bobbitt
  • William Schiffbauer
  • Donna Secaur

Freeholder Liaisons

  • Julie A. Acton
  • Robert J. Vanderslice
  • Doug H. Painter

 

2016 Meetings

All to be held in Olde Court House, 2nd Floor  beginning at 4:30pm

  • MARCH 24, 2016
  • MAY 19, 2016
  • AUGUST 18, 2016
  • NOVEMBER 17, 2016
 

Contact Veterans’ Services

We will get back to you as soon as possible

 

Verification

Honor Roll

*NOTE: If there is anyone missing from these pages, please let us know. However, keep in mind that the names listed here are only the casualties, not everyone that served in these wars.

 

WW1

B
Bloemer, David
Bartlett, Frank B.
Brown, Arthur

C
Casper, Norman
Clampitt, Robert J.
Coleman, Henry
Conover, James C.

D
Dare, Charles H.
Dolbow, Bryant N.
Dunn, Howard
Dyer, William R.

E
Elk, Francis J.

F
Flemmings, Frank B.
Ford, Edward T.

G
Gorman, Albert E.

H
Harris, Russell S.
High, Jesse A.
Hope, Joseph F.

L
Lloyd, Branson

M
Matlack, Clarence B.
Morrison, Harry P.

P
Pancoast, Chas. F. Jr.

S
Sayre, Frank D.
Sheppard, Jesse J.
Sheridan, John J.
Smith, Allen J.
Smith, Walter F.
Stipa, Francesco

T
Toulson, Joseph C.

W
Walker, Thomas F.
Wingert, Geo L.

 


WW2

A
Agnew, Charles V.
Allen, Frank A.
Allison, Lewis W.

B
Backley, Stanley
Beckner, Walter L.
Benjamin, George Jr.
Boardman, Raymond L.
Boggs, Frank
Brigandi, Carman
Brown, John H.
Boultinghouse, Howard
Buckinham, Millard
Bowers, Paul C. Jr.
Barksdale, Floyd T.
Beckett, Donald
Bentley, Oakford D.
Bender, Joseph J.

C
Campbell, Percy M.
Checchia, Anthony J.
Cole, John P. Jr.
Cleaver, Samuel J.
Conine, Walter J.
Cook, Franklin
Cossaboon, Samuel C.
Crane, Thomas R.
Crossland, William H.
Cuff, Irving R.
Curriden, Herbert
Clark, Kenneth A.
Cox, Walter L.

D
Dantinne, Harold H.
Davis, Edward S.
Davis, Robert H.
Dawson, George L.
Diachin, James
Dickinson, Newton B.

D (continued)
DeCinque, Arcangelo
DiMarzio, Frank
Dilks, Thomas
Downs, Harold L.
Dolbow, Jay C.
Dempsey, John T.
Draper, Neredith E.
DiMattio, Joseph

E
Eastlack, William Jr.
Eifert, Fredie G.
Ellse, Theodore
Elwell, Winfield C.
Erico, Daniel B.

F
Farney, Otto
Fenton, Alfred H.
Fisher, Edward J.
Flitcraft, Wallace P.
Foxwell, Sydney B.
Frankhouser, Arthur L.

G
Garrison, Herbert W.
Gathers, Marshall
Gentil, Charles
Goldblatt, Emanuel
Grieco, Frank P.
Griscom, John G.

H
Hankins, Herbert H.
Heller, Robert F.
Hewitt, Howard E.
Hewitt, Charles G.
Hires, Nathaniel S.
Hoglund, Irving S.
Hutchinson, Paul

J
Jansky, James R.
Jones, Russell F.
Jordan, John O.

K
Kachrosky, Joseph
Kacewich, Adam
Kollar, Juliue
Krainock, John

L
Lloyd, Carl B.
Loesch, Karl
Loper, Samuel S.
Loveland, Harold A.
Lusenko, Frank
Luts, Charles H.
Lathan, Charles L.
Langley, Howard H.

M
Maddox, Granville S.
Martell, Louis W.
Mathis, Harry C.
Miller, Joseph
Miller, Norman
McDonough, Thomas
McVaugh, Charles F.

N
Neidig, Henning
Niessen, Frank J.
Nissley, Robert L.

P
Pankok, Carl F.
Panarello, Terry
Primavera, Louis J.
Pierce, Hugh S.
Plasket, William B.

Q
Quirk, Robert

 R
Riley, Emorson M.
Robinson, Harry
Rowe, Herbert D.
Rhodes, Albert H.

S
Seeney, Albert T.
Selmes, Charles R.
Sharer, Allen W.
Shirkey, Adele N.
Sickler, Paul J.
Simonelli, Guy J.
Slape, Raymond W.
Smyth, John G.
Snowden, Frederick E.
Snyder, Chester O.
Sparks, George
Spear, Emerson L.
Spears, Elmer
Springer, William
Stefannice, Aldo
Stiles, Robert

T
Thoday, Franklin H.
Tight, Lawrence J.
Tweed, Stewart M.
Toulson, Howard T.
Thompson, Hilton D.

V
VanBuren, Rollin J.

W
Watson, Charles F.
Watson, Howard F.
Weimer, John C.
Werner, John F.
Wheatley, Robert L.
Wilde, Arthur B.
Williams, William
Wills, John H.
Wilson, Raymond

Y
Young, Melvin K.

 


Korean War

B
Burt, James
Butler, Billy

C
Cossaboon, Charles W.

E
Eastlack, Robert
Eisenhardt, Kenneth
Essler, Raymond

F
Feaster, Samuel
Foraghay, Thomas
Franklin, John

G
Green, Grover G.

H
Hitchner, Omar

K
Kitzmiller, Calvin H.

M
Morcks, George
Maynard, Jerry R.
Merry, Robert H.
Montagne, Joseph V.

P
Poulson, Gerard J.
Price, John
Price, Haurice E. Jr.

R
Rappa, Albert N.
Roberts, Howard M.
Rubart, Oscar Jr.

W
Waters, Donald
Witt, Wallace D.
Wood, George C.

Y

Young, Merle W.


Vietnam War

A
Atkins, Jon

B
Bell, Larry G.
Bowen, Larry II

C
Callan, George A.
Cheeks, John H.
Coiner, Charles F.
Coles, Alexander Jr.

F
Ferrell, Robert T.

G
Garrison, Russell G.

H
Hocknell, Henry R. Jr.
Hughes, Tony H.
Hunter, Donald L.

J
Jennings, Michael
Jones, Roy M. Jr.
Jones, Thomas H.

K
Keeler, William G.

L
Layton, Robert A. Jr.
LeHew, Donald L.

M
McBride, Claude W.
Moore, Robert Jr.

R
Rhoades, Francis S.
Rogers, Thomas S.

S
Schavelin, Hugh E.

T
Thomas, Alton Jr.
Thompson, Gerald R.

V
Varner, Charles A.

W
Watson, Marvin L.
Wetzel, Charles R.

 

Veterans Memorial Cemetery

Cemetery Rules
The Salem County Veterans Memorial Cemetery has been established as a shrine to our Veterans and must be maintained, as well as any other National Cemetery.

Therefore, the following rules must be adhered to:

  • All gravestones must be made of flat bronze 12 inches high by 24 inches wide.
  • All gravestones must be placed flat to the ground.
  • American Flags are supplied by the Freeholder Board and will be displayed on Memorial Day and Veterans Day only, and will be taken down immediately after the holiday.
  • No other flags are permitted to be flown.
  • No planting of flowers or plants will be permitted.
  • Flowers and artificial plants will be allowed; however, between mid April and mid November these will be removed every week, normally on a Wednesday, to allow for the grass to be mowed.
  • No decorations around the bronze plaques! “Decorations WILL BE REMOVED.” Example: Special Stones, etc.

Salem County Veterans Cemetery
719 Route 45; Pilesgrove, NJ 08098

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