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LAKEWOOD ---- John A. Zarembski, 63, a retired Army officer, died Dec 29 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Philadelphia.
   Born in Sayreville [NJ], he lived here for the last six years.
   He was a lieutenant when he retired from the Army and had been a postal clerk in the Toms River [NJ] post office.
   He was a communicant of St. Mary's of the Lake Roman Catholic Church.
   He was a World War II veteran.
   Surviving are his wife, the former Ann Wobiak; three sons, Michael, San Francisco, John Jr., Pomona, Calif., and Matthew, Manasquan; two sisters, Rose Wiezzorkowski, Tuckerton and Virginia Cieslarcyzk, Dover Township and one grandchild.
   The Lakewood funeral Home, Howell Township, is in charge of arrangements.

[Asbury Park Press, Asbury Park, NJ, Thursday, January 5, 1984, Main Edition, Page 16]

2nd Lieutenant Zarembski was initially assigned to Company F, 508th PIR although the specific date of his arrival is unknown.  It is presumed to have been in late 1942 or during January 1943.

His first appearance in the Morning Reports was on 2 February 1943 when he was sent from Company F on detached duty to Fort Benning, GA.  He returned to duty on 13 February.

On 13 May 1943 the lieutenant was transferred from Company F to Hq 2nd.

Lastly, on 8 November 1943 Lt Zarembski was transferred to the Parachute School, Fort Benning, GA.

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