Menasha's Isle of Valor: World War II Memorial

© Photographed May 5, 2017
Menasha's Isle of Valor
Menasha, Winnebago County, Wisconsin
44°11'56.7"N 88°26'27.0"W
44.199084, -88.440824
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WORLD WAR II

Bartlein, Leon H. Jr.
Barwick, William E.
Blank, George H.
Bojarski, Anthony
Borenz, Robert E.
Bratz, Eugene G.
Burr, Elmer J.
Buzanowski, Sylvester B.
Chapleau, Eugene G.
Clough, Ira H.
Degroot, Leonard P.
Duncan, Homer S.
Evans, Vincent E.
Flynn, John J.
Friedland, F. Paul
Funk, Willard J.
Gazecki, Philip R.
Gear, Duane
Goretzki, Marvin J.
Grimm, Elden W.
Haas, Joseph H.
Hafemeister, Louis J.
Havemeister, William J.
Hunski, Edmund S.
Jersild, Howard F.
Jerzykowski, Frank F.
Johnson, Charles
Johnson, Phillip M.
Joos, Bennie W.
Kessey, Clarence W.
Kiszewski, Norbert A.
Merkley, Ronald J.
Merrill, Kenneth E.
Milheiser, Orville J.
Mueller, Joseph I.
Nerby, Robert J.
Novakofski, Raymond A.
Pomerenka, Richard N.
Pozolinski, Michael J.
Schwerbel, Ralph C.
Simon, Leonard E.
Smith, Louis M.
Sprister, Roy W.
Steffen, Robert P.
Wilfling, Raymond G.
Wisniewski, Edward R.
Zelinske, Edward B.

The memorial is located at Menasha's Isle of Valor, accessible from westbound Keys Street, between Cleveland Street (to the west) and Park Street (to the east), directly behind the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building (now home to the Menasha Historical Society), at or near 640 Keys Street, Menasha, Wisconsin 54952.

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The memorial plaque is in the center.


Isle of Valor is located behind
the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building.

Follow the signs . . .

 The pathway to Isle of Valor,
on the east side of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building.

The bridge crossing over the Menasha Channel to Isle of Valor.


The memorial is located at Isle of Valor in Menasha, Wisconsin.

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