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Frank Osinski, 60, of 127 Rockland Drive, North Syracuse, on April 3, 1982.
Surviving are his wife, the former Anna Troch; three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Hines of Fulton, Mrs. Adelle Rogala of Syracuse, Mrs. Regina Adam of California; three brothers, Edward of Liverpool, Bernie of Mattydale, Joseph of Syracuse; several nieces and nephews.
Burial in St. John's Cemetery, Geddes.

[Excerpt: POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, NY
Monday April 5, 1982]

Paratrooper Osinski
   Wounded Invasion Day

   Another Syracusan, serving with the paratroopers in the invasion of France, has been wounded.
   He is Pvt Frank Orsinski, son of Mrs. Victoria Orsinski of 1261/2 Lakeview Avenue.
   His mother has received a telegram from the War Department notifying her that her son was wounded in action in France on D-Day.

[Syracuse Herald Journal, Syracuse, NY, July 12, 1944, page 3]

[courtesy of "AF"]

Grave marker for Frank Orsinski in  Saint John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Syracuse (Onondaga county), New York.

Frank enlisted in the Army at Syracuse, NY on 11 July 1942 and volunteered for parachutist duty.







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