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Honoring our Veterans

At Londonderry, we are proud to have Veterans from all military branches as members of our community. Their courage, strength and sacrifice to secure our freedoms is an inspiration. Please join us in grateful tribute to our community’s heroes and help us celebrate their contributions to both our country and community!

All the Veterans’ biographies were thoughtfully written by fellow residents and neighbors, who also contribute to our community newsletter, the Tred Avon Times.
We truly appreciate their dedication to honoring our Veterans.

Dr. Ralph Alfenito

Dr. Ralph Alfenito

RALPH F. ALFENITO M.D. was a United States Navy physician. Ralph’s education was attained at Columbia University, Boston University School of Medicine, St. Luke’s in New York City, and Columbia Presbyterian. He was a participant in the Navy Berry Plan …
Ken Bergmann

Ken Bergmann

Ken Bergmann received his higher education at Georgetown Prep, Georgetown University, and Ben Franklin University. He was a 21-year old when he was drafted during the Korean War as a private in the Army Medical Corps. He served two years in the Jungle War …
Dane Brinsfield

Dane Brinsfield

Growing up in Easton, Dane Brinsfield and his father shared an interest in history, particularly WWII. In fact, Dane’s grandfather had served in WWII. One of Dane’s favorite shows was Band of Brothers which follows the experiences of the 101st Airborn …
David Bryan

David Bryan

Received ROTC commission in ASAF from Georgetown University in June, 1955. Started active duty August 28, 1955, at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, TX. After a month started navigation school at Ellington AFB, Houston, TX October, 1955. Got wings a year later …
Dr. Craig Caldwell

Dr. Craig Caldwell

Craig Caldwell CAPT MC USN (ret) was commissioned in the United States Navy under the Ensign 1915 program prior to entering medical school. Following completion of internship he began active duty as a general medical officer at the the Naval Dispensary, N …
Dick Codrington

Dick Codrington

RICHARD (DICK) CODRINGTON Dick joined the Army soon after graduating from high school. He had planned on going to the Air Force Academy but it was determined that he was color blind. (What a bummer)! Rather than waiting to be drafted, Dick decided to hav …
Bea Conrad

Bea Conrad

BEATRICE ELEANOR CONRAD- Bea Conrad is a native of Easton, Maryland, graduating from Easton High School and then from the former Easton Memorial School of Nursing in a three-year program. Her career in nursing encompasses George Washington University in W …
Jay Craig

Jay Craig

I enlisted in the Navy in March 1963 and was honorably discharged in November 1966. I remember taking a physical for service with hundreds of other military inductees and enlisted personnel. We were in a large hanger type building and medical personne …
James Crothers

James Crothers

Jim attended the University of Delaware and participated in its Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC). He graduated in 1959 and went to Benning, Georgia for Officer basic training for 8 weeks. Then, he was commissioned as a first Lieutenant, sent to Fort D …
Dr. John Dalton

Dr. John Dalton

At the time of his service, John says the program in England was called for Hostilities Only. Men were required to serve a period of two years and two months, but they had a choice of services, Army, Navy, Air Force, etc. John had finished his formal scho …
Phil Dinkel

Phil Dinkel

At the age of nineteen I volunteered my draft for a 2-year commitment in the United States Army with 8 other members of my New Rochelle, New York high school graduating class. On October 8, 1954 we were inducted and I was sent to Fort Dix, New Jersey for …
David Draut

David Draut

An Army recruiter advised Dave not to make any plans for the time after graduation from college, as he was very high on the draft list. On this point, the recruiter was right. A month after graduating, he received his draft notice and was on his way to Ft …
Jerry Fairbanks

Jerry Fairbanks

Jerry enlisted as a reserve officer in the Army in 1961. He had been in an ROTC program while at Gonzaga University. His original goal was to be accepted into Paratroop school, but this plan did not work out when no officer positions were open. He was sen …
John Foss PhD

John Foss PhD

The Korean War began in 1950 when North Korea invaded South Korea. The war stopped in 1953 with an armistice. John was a student during this period of time, but he knew that he would soon be drafted. Along with a classmate of his, they attempted to enlist …
Barry Gillman

Barry Gillman

While attending the University of Maine, Barry Gillman joined the US Army ROTC. After graduation in 1962, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the US Army. Barry commenced active duty in April 1962 , and he and wife Carolyn moved to Ft. Benning, Geo …
Don Goodliffe

Don Goodliffe

"By the time I became draftable age, I was married and had a daughter," said Don. "I was running a small welding parts and equipment business that had been in my family for three generations and I couldn't afford to go away. So, I joined the Army Reserves …
Robert Grill

Robert Grill

In June 1956, 18 days following graduation from Franklin, Pa. High School, eighteen-year-old Bob Grill joined the U.S. Navy. He was sent to The Great Lakes Training Center in Illinois, for boot camp. "Before I went in, his two older brothers who had serve …
Jack Harrald

Jack Harrald

John (Jack) Harrald was only 17 when he entered the Coast Guard Academy in 1960. He didn’t know at that time how his participation in the Coast Guard would affect his future life, both professionally and personally. In addition to the skills needed to m …
Richard Henry

Richard Henry

Richard enlisted in the Army on two separate occasions. His first tour of duty occurred from 1971-1977 and the second from 1981- 1984. His first enlistment concerned him a little because the war in Vietnam was ongoing, but he knew he would be drafted …
Bill Lawton

Bill Lawton

Bill Lawton was drafted into the U.S.Army in 1952. He was on active duty from 1952 - 1954. Prior to being drafted, he attended Brown University where he received his Bachelor of Science degree. Continuing his education, Bill studied at the University of K …