Joseph Klimchock

Pfc. Joseph Klimchock Killed In Italy
Clinton St. Man Previously Reported Missing, Died Dec. 2

(June 8, 1944) -- Pfc. Joseph Klimchock of 34 Clinton Street, Belleville, N.J., who had been reported missing since Dec. 2, has been declared dead following the fierce fighting through the mountains of the Italian peninsula.

Born in Newark, he moved to Belleville before the war.

Klimchock entered the Army in 1942, and took his Basic Training at Fort Hancock.

He went overseas as an ambulance driver.

Klimchock has two brothers serving in the South Pacific.

Pfc. Joseph Klimchock, U.S. Army


61st Station Hospital

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: December 2, 1943

Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Sicily-Rome American Cemetery
Nettuno, Italy

Awards: Purple Heart


American Battle Monuments Commission

The Belleville Times, June 8, Aug. 31, 1944

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