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Walter Szymanski Funeral

From the St. Hedwig's Golden Jubilee Book 1902-52

Photo courtesy of Caroline

 

Notes: Walter Szymanski was a member of Co. A, 61st Infantry, 5th Division and was killed in action in the Battle of Argonne Forest on October 12, 1918. His remains were shipped home and he now rests in The Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery, Linwood, PA.

The Szymanski-Rywacki Post 546 American Legion, at 2907 W. Third St. is named for him and for Warren Rywacki

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