In Pious Memory of Reverend Vincent R. Capodanno, M.M.

© Photographed May 2, 2016
Champion, Brown County, Wisconsin

In Pious Memory of
Chaplain - United States Navy
Born - February 13, 1929
Entered Maryknoll - June 25, 1949
Ordained - June 14, 1958
Assigned To Formosa - August 4, 1958
Military Chaplain - August 1965
Killed In Action In Vietnam - September 4, 1967
Medal Of Honor - January 7, 1969

The memorial is located on the grounds of the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, 4047 Chapel Drive, New Franken, Wisconsin 54229.

Our Lady of Good Help

Father Vincent Capodanno, Servant of God, LT, CHC, USNR 

Father Capodanno Guild
The official web site of the Cause for Canonization of Father Vincent R. Capodanno, US Navy Chaplain. 

Wikipedia: Vincent R. Cappodanno
Servant of God Vincent Robert Capodanno (February 13, 1929 – September 4, 1967) was a United States Navy Roman Catholic chaplain and a posthumous recipient of America's highest military decoration — the Medal of Honor — for actions during the Vietnam War.

These memorials are also at this location:

Click here to view all Brown County Veterans Memorials

Click here to view all Wisconsin Veterans Memorials

Reverend Capodanno's memorial is on the right.

Medal of Honor recipient Lieutenant Vincent R. Capodanno, USNR
Naval Historical Center Online Library, Photo #: NH 91758 
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The memorial is inside the tree to the left,
and is on the northwest corner of the shrine property.

The memorial is located at
The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.

The memorial is located in Champion, Wisconsin.

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