Valentino J. La Scola, Jr
Specialist Four
C CO, 864TH ENG BN, 35TH ENG GROUP, 18TH ENG BDE,
USARV ENG CMD, USARV
Army of the United States
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
July 15, 1949 to May 22, 1970
VALENTINO J LA SCOLA Jr is on the Wall at Panel W10, Line 83

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Valentino J La Scola
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08 Dec 2000


In loving memory of my beloved uncle,
whom I have missed from my life for thirty years.

May he always be remembered for the great person he was
and the hero he turned out to be.

With all my love to you...
Julie



On this date, in a time when he should of been dating, laughing and
enjoying his life he was taken from us. He served his country proud and strong.
I wish to remember him today and always with all of my love.
K.I.A.
5-22-1970
to
5-22-2001

Added on the 31st anniversary of his death.



From his niece
Julie La Scola Finlay
gdbear28@aol.com

 
Valentino J La Scola


Three men from the 864th Engineer Battalion were killed by a mine near Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan Province, on 22 May 1970:

A graduate of Tolman High School, he was survived by his mother Catherine M. La Scola (1912-1975) and father Valentino J. La Scola (1911-1976).

They all are buried in a family plot in Section 7 at Mount Saint Marys Cemetery, Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island

Valentino J La Scola

Valentino J La Scola


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