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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


Harold B. O’Connor

5/4/1921 – 7/7/2010
Branch: Navy
Rank: Lieutenant
Service Dates: 1941 – 1967
Veteran Station: Pearl Harbor, Battle of Midway, Guadalcanal, Okinawa
County: Pettis
City: Sedalia, MO
Conflicts/Significant Events: WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Story uploaded: Saturday, September 29, 2007/modified: Monday, December 5, 2022


Alvie Leo Roberson, Sr.

5/26/1931 – N/A

Rank: Pfc

Unit: Combat Engineers

Outfit: 8th Army 10 Corps

Veteran Station: Korea; Fort Riley, Kansas

County: Lawrence

City: Mt. Vernon, MO


Conflicts/Significant Events: Korea

Story uploaded/modified: Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Charles L. “Chili” Berlekamp

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3/19/1932 – 8/27/2021
Branch: Air Force
Rank: Airmen 3C
Service Dates: 1951-1953
County: Saline
Conflicts/Significant Events: Korea, Saw General Eisenhower Candidate For President
Story uploaded/modified: September 11, 2008/December 24th, 2021