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Tuesday, September 22 2020


My grandfather's brother was killed in WW2.  This is his story. 

Rudolph M DeCanio

Decanio was the son of Morris and Theresa, both immigrants from Italy.  The family was resident in Teaneck as early as 1910. He had two brothers and a sister.  They all lived at 1532 Teaneck Road.

Decanio was a graduate of THS, class of 1942. Known as “Midge”, Decanio was a star athlete. He played baseball, soccer and basketball.  In the latter, he was named All County. Decanio was named wittiest male by his senior classmates.

Soon after graduation, Decanio enlisted in the Marines. He served in the 3rd Marine Division and achieved the rank of Corporal.  He saw action in many of the major island battles of the Pacific theatre:  Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Guam, Tarawa, and finally, at Iwo Jima.  It was on the latter that he lost his life on February 24, 1945 when he was killed by rifle fire.

Decanio’s remains were returned to the states and he was buried at Beverly National Cemetery in southern New Jersey.  To further understand his loss, follow the link below to the Memorial Day speech by Frank Hall.

WWII Scrapbook

  1. July 5, 1945
  2. July 12, 1945
  3. October 28, 1945

High School Yearbook

  1. 1940 Yearbook, Page 106
  2. 1942 Yearbook, Page 27
  3. 1942 Yearbook, Page 92
  4. 1942 Yearbook, Page 93
  5. 1942 Yearbook, Page 125

Te-Hi News (Teaneck High School Newspaper)

  1. March 8 1944
  2. March 21, 1945
  3. May 16, 1945

Ancestry.com 

  1. 1930 United States Federal Census
  2. 1940 United States Federal Census
  3. World War II Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Casualties, 1941-1945 for Rudolph M. DeCanio
  4. U.S. National Cemetery Interment Control Forms, 1928-1962

National World War II Memorial, Wash., D.C. Website

  1. Navy Department Files - Cpl. Rudolph M. DeCanio

Grunt.com Website

  1. Speech on Memorial Day to the Borough of Saddle River, NJ, 2005 - Frank Hall (Teaneck Mayor 1978-1982)

Find A Grave Website

  1. Rudolph M. DeCanio


My grandfather was a Colonel in the Air Force.
 

John Ashton “Jack” Sirney Jr. 

BIRTH
DEATH 18 Sep 2008 (aged 92)

COLONEL, US AIR FORCE
WORLD WAR II, KOREA, VIETNAM

Col John A. 'Jack' Sirney of Shalimar Florida went to be with the Lord September 18, 2008. Son of John P. Sirney and Olga M. Kuschel Sirney of Gibsonia Pennsylvania; oldest child of ten, born October 30 1915, Jack attended Capitol University, Ohio prior to joining the Army Air Corp in May of 1942, and graduated from Georgetown University becoming known as 'Mr. Cold War'. His career spanned 27 years and 3 wars; Jack was a member of the 'Greatest Generation.' His service included 50 combat missions in WWII flying B24s out of North Africa and Italy. His personal decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, the Air Medal and other awards from WWII, Korea and Vietnam conflicts. Retiring in 1969, Jack was and avid fisherman, golfer and an active member of the Daedalion Society, the Retired Officers Association and the Eglin Air Force base Chapel. Preceded in death by his first wife Kaye, his brother Howard and four sisters, Olga, Lois, Charlotte and Millie. Survived by his second wife Marjorie Ketchum Sirney, his daughters Cathie Tatum (Reiss), Cynthia DeCanio (Rudy), Christie Sparks, and his brothers and sisters, Betty Fusan, Robert Sirney (Ruth), Jeanne Jones (Richard), Richard Sirney Sr. (Lois) and six grandchildren, Hunter Tatum (Kristine), Abby Harper Slate (Jimmy), Heather Tatum Paull (Brian), Tony Decanio, Jessie Harper (Kate), and Matt DeCanio.

Visitation will take place Tuesday evening between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM followed by services Wednesday 10:00 AM at McLaughlin Mortuary. Internment service a 2:00 PM at Barrancas National Cemetery. Donations may be made to the
Daedalion Scholarship Fund
Sea Gull Flight 61
P.O. Box 122
Fort Walton Beach FL 32549 
McLaughlin Mortuary, 17 Chestnut Ave. Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 ent4rusted with the arrangements. www.mclaughlinmortuary.com

These are two relatives who gave their life in defense of freedom from Tyranny.  My grandfather had a piece of Nazi flak which I now have.  He was a Republican which I now am, he told me Obama was a socialist and I still voted for Obama.  I see my mistakes finally.  He supported my fight against Lance Armstrong and only if I knew then that Obama would drop the federal investigation into Lance's doping would I have been a Republican earlier.   
 

Now these same Socialists would call him a Nazi and a fascist which makes me sick.  The Democrats would not even be alive if people like my relatives didn't dedicate their lives for their freedom.  

Show some fucking respect for the military you Democratic pieces of negative energy shit.  Call me a fascist ANTIFA and you might get beaten, but honestly I will let you just kill yourselves off in self hate as you masturbate every night crying in a pillow or smoking until you get psychosis brain dead to your mass media Democratic propaganda and NFL Gods who would fuck your girlfriend who you love more than yourself behind your back.

That is all.

Signing Off.

-The Commander 

VERYCODE

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