Angelo Guarino

Pfc. Angelo Guarino Killed in Action in France

(Aug. 10, 1944) -- Pfc. Angelo Guarino, 25, of 19 Carmer Avenue, was killed in action in France on July 18.

His parents, Carmen and Florence Guarino, received an undelivered letter stamped "deceased" followed by a war department telegram saying that he died.

A 1937 graduate of Belleville High School, Guarino enlisted in the infantry April 1941. He was a machine gun instructor at Camp Forrest, Tenn., and went overseas to Ireland last December.

According to the American Battle Monuments Commission, Private First Class Angelo Guarino, U.S. Army Serial No. 32064795 served in the 13th Infantry Regiment, 8th Infantry Division.

He entered the service from New Jersey, and was killed in action on July 18, 1944. He was awarded the Purple Heart.

He is survived by brothers Nicholas and Joseph; sisters Philomena, Antoinette, Rose, and Helen.

Private Guarino is buried at: Plot G, Row 9, Grave 36, at Normandy American Cemetery, St. Laurent-sur-Mer, France.

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Sources

1940 United States Federal Census

American Battle Monuments Commission

Belleville Times, August 10, 1944

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Washington Avenue and Forest Street


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