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Nicholas “Nik” Zak

9/14/1930 – 8/31/2021
Branch: Marines
Rank: Sgt.
Unit: 7th
Outfit: 1st
Service Dates: 1948 – 1951
County: St. Louis
Conflicts/Significant Events: Nik joined the Marine Corps in November 1948 and was wounded in Korea, December 3, 1950 sustaining leg and head injuries, losing his eye as well as suffering severe frostbite of his extremities. He received a Purple Heart for his injuries. Nick was honorably discharged from the Marines in September 1951. His name is engraved on The Chosin Few Monument in Forest Park, St. Louis next to the Korean War Veterans Association Memorial.
Story uploaded: Friday, September 25, 2009 / Updated May 7, 2023


Stanley J. Zita

9/16/1923 – 1/3/2010
Branch: Army Air Corps
Rank: Active Cpl – Army, Chief Warrant Officer – National Guard
Unit: Army Air Force and National Guard
Outfit: State Headquarters
Service Dates: 1943 – 1978
Veteran Station: Phelps
County: Phelps
Medals: 5 Battle Stars, Distinguished Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal
Conflicts/Significant Events: World War II Two years as an Active Corporal in the Army Air Force, 33 years as a Chief Warrant Officer in the National Guard
Story uploaded: Friday, June 15, 2007 / Modified: Monday, January 30th, 2023