PEARL HARBOR REMEMBRANCE DAY

Stamford Veterans Council

and

Stamford Veterans Park Partnership 


Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Wednesday, 7 December 2022, 2:00 pm

Veterans Memorial Park

 

There is no rain date but the ceremony will continue if possible and

might locate to a location under cover next to the park.

Check back here for updates.

 

Rain likely, mainly before 10am. Cloudy, with a high near 58. South wind 3 to 6 mph.
Weather might be good for outdoor ceremony.
We will shift indoors near the park if necessary.

 

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Let us remember those Connecticut Residents who died on this fateful day.

 
LTJG Eric Allen USN - USS Enterprise - Darien CT
SK3C Henry Ludwig Carlson, USN - USS Arizona - Norwich CT
ENS Edward W. Gosselin, USNR - USS Arizona - Hamden CT
Cpl Vincent M. Horan, USAAC - Wheeler Field - Stamford CT
Coxswain Henry John Lanquette, USN - USS Arizona - Wallingford CT
Seaman First Class John Kallervo Lunita, USN - USS Nevada - Colinsville CT
ENS William Thomas O'Neill Jr., USN - USS Arizona - Stamford CT
S2C Stanislaus Joseph Orzech, USN USS Arizona Meriden CT
PO3 Richard Jr. Patterson, USN USS Arizona-Berlin CT
S1C George Povesko, USN - USS Arizona - Bridgeport CT
S1C Mike George Quarto, USN - USS Arizona - Norwich CT
Chief Thomas James Reeves, USN - USS California - Thomaston CT
S1C William Eugene Seeley, USN - USS Arizona - New London CT
Pvt George Smith, AAF - Hickam Field - New Haven CT
2nd Lt Gordon H. Sterling, Jr., USAAC - Wheeler Field - Hartford CT
Pvt Felix S. Wegrzyn, USAAC - Hickam Field - Bridgeport CT
ENS Ulmont Irving Whitehead Jr., USN - USS Arizona - Hartford CT

 

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