"Frank was a decorated combat veteran, serving with the Army during World War II as a machine gunner with the 79th Infantry Division. He was awarded the French Croix De Guerre, Presidential Unit Citation and four major campaign medals. He saw action during the Normandy Invasion, D-Day at Omaha Beach, Hedgerow Battles and throughout central France, Invasion of Holland, Battle of the Bulge and the Rhine River Crossing."His daughter-in-law Sandy worked for many years as a NorCo employee in the District Courts.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Frank Galasso, WWII Vet, RIP
Easton resident Frank Galasso died at age 91 on Sunday. Peter Cochran will be part of the color guard that lays him to rest today, and wanted to pay tribute to this distinguished member of the Greatest Generation. Here's part of what Galasso's obit says: