Thomas Francis Mastroianni

Private First Class
United States Marine Corps
01 September 1946 - 19 March 1967
Steubenville, Ohio
Panel 16E Line 113


Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Thomas Francis Mastroianni

07 Nov 2005


by a nephew,
Joe Mastroianni
E-mail address is not available.
14 Feb 2006

You Are Always In My Thoughts and Prayers

Your Nephew
Nicholas Thomas Mastroianni

15 Feb 2006

Remembered by and missing you always,
your sister,
Ronnie Torrance

19 Mar 2007

It's been 40 years since you've been gone. I see your face and your smile in all of our children and grandchildren. You didn't have the chance to know all of them, but they all know everything about you, we made sure of that. You will never be forgotten. I love and miss you every day. Ronnie

From his sister,
Ronnie Torrance
15 Feb 2006

My prayers are always with you.
God Bless!

From a nephew,
Antonio Tedeschi

15 Feb 2006

You are in my thoughts and prayers every day, but mostly you are in my heart and I miss you, love you, and think of you always.

From his sister,

15 Feb 2006

You are in my thoughts and prayers every day.
Your loving niece,
Diane Shultz

08 Mar 2006

My thoughts and prayers are always with you. I thank you for fighting for our country. Your memory will never be forgotten.

From your niece,
Kimmy Tedeschi

A Note from The Virtual Wall

On 19 March 1967, the first day of Operation PRAIRIE III, the 1st Bn, 9th Marines' position about 9 kilometers west-northwest of Cam Lo was hit with a heavy 82mm mortar barrage. Six Marines were killed by the enemy fire:
  • C Company:
    • Sgt Winston G. Hollenshead, Haynesville, LA
    • LCpl Frank Tunstill, Los Angeles, CA

  • D Company:

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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 07 Nov 2005
Last updated 08/10/2009