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|Richard Shedenhelm||RE: Sarah Alexander|
Thanks so much for trying!! Best, Richard
|Terrie Roese||RE: Anthony Roshka|
This is what I was able to find:
Anthony was listed in the Danbury City Directories from the forties, fifties and sixties. He lived on Padanaram Road for many years and at some time moved to Westville Avenue Ext. His occupations included chauffeur, presser, framer, U.S. Army and projectionist. The Veterans Affairs Death File lists his birthday as 7 January 1926 and Death Date as 28 February 1994. He enlisted 30 March 1944 and was released 23 April 1945. The cause of death was natural. The Social Security Death Index agrees with these dates listing his Social Security Number as 048-18-1939. The Connecticut Death Index lists his occupation as Projectionist for United Artist. His wife's name was Irene.
There is a "private" family tree, which I cannot access, on Ancestry.com that has a picture of his gravestone, but I cannot view the photo or find him on Find-A-Grave. If you contact the Danbury Town Clerk, the death certificate should list where he is buried. This information can usually only be obtained by a descendant or relative. Her number is 203-797-4531. Town Hall is open Monday through Thursday.
So the short version is: he did die, but I don't know where they put him. Terrie
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