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Tylicki, Stanley, TAMARAC [FL], died Thursday. Kraeer Margate Funeral Home.

[The Miami Herald, Miami, FL, 22 Mar 1991, Page 7BR ]

   Stanley Tylicki, 82, of Mountain Home
   Funeral Mass for Stanley Tylicki of Mountain Home will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church with the Rev. Stan Swiderski officiating.
   Mr. Tylicki died Friday (July 24, 1998) at Baxter County Regional Hospital. He was 82. Mr. Tylicki was born April 7, 1916, at Chicago, to Joseph and Stella Lewandowski Tylicki. He married the former Stella Tesherski in 1947 at Chicago. He worked as a dispatcher for David Burg Meat Packing. He had lived at Mountain Home since 1978 and was a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church.
   He served in the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II.
  He is survived by his wife, Stella Tylicki of Mountain Home; one sister, Cecila Marcinek of Schaumburg, IL; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.
   Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Kirby Funeral Home with a vigil service at 7 p.m. Entombment will be in Kirby Tucker Memorial Cemetery Mausoleum. Pallbearers will be Ron Marcinek, Bob Marcinek, Glen Ules, John Young, John O'Neill and Harlan Rech.
   Arrangements are by Kirby & Family Funeral Directors. Kirby & Family and the U.S. Forest Service have provided for the planting of a tree as a living memorial and tribute to Mr. Tylicki. Memorials may be made to the Masses.

[Baxter Bulletin, Mountain Home, AR, 25 Jul 1998, Sat. Page 2]

[courtesy of "Joan S."]

Grave marker for Stanley Tylicki in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover (Morris county), New Jersey

Stanley enlisted in the Army at Fort Dix, NJ on 5 November 1941.

On 16 October 1942, Pvt Tylicki was transferred from the 507th PIR to the 508th PIR as a cadre team member.  He was assigned to Hq 1st and on 17 August 1943 he was appointed to the grade of Pfc.

Pfc Tylicki was wounded in action in Holland on 28 September 1944 but remained on duty.

On 2 February 1945 he was promoted to Tec/5.

His military decorations include the Silver Star, Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge and bronze service Arrowhead device, both awarded for action during Normandy, France Campaign, 6 June 1944 to 9 July 1944.