We Salute WWII Veteran, Stephen M. Domovich

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Stephen M. Domovich WWII Veteran

Stephen M. Domovich, WWII Veteran

A current resident of Central New Jersey, Stephen M. Domovich, was born in Alexandria, Pennsylvania in 1924. After graduating high school on May 26, 1943, he was drafted into the Army and began boot camp on June 6. One year later Stephen found himself on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France. Stephen served in four campaigns before the war ended and he returned home. On this Veteran’s Day, we salute Stephen and all Veterans for their service.

CLICK to see Stephen’s account of the Normandy Beach Invasion.

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