|Birth: ||Jun. 17, 1947|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 14, 1967|
New York, USA
G. L. Perrigo
ANBURN [sic] (AP) — Glenn L. Perrigo, a young man from East Syracuse, was killed early today and another man was injured critically when the automobile in which they were riding slammed into an intersection sign and a utility pole.
Perrigo, about 20, was home on leave from marine corps duty.
Richard Kulesa, 19, of Syacuse, was reported in critical condition in Auburn Memorial hospital. Terry Schrock, 24, also of Syracuse, was considered in fair condition.
The Sheriff's department said the car skidded about 150 feet into an intersection sign on Route 5, west of here, and then went broadside across the road another 150 feet into a utility pole.
Perrigo lived at 210 Allen street.
The victim of the automobile accident today is believed to be the grandson of a former resident of Clayton, Glenn L. Perrigo, who conducted a painting business in the river resort more than 40 years ago. Glenn L. Perrigo, of Clayton, moved to Syracuse in 1924 and, on May 1 of that year, married Miss Mary Electa Cartwright, of Utica. The father of the young marine, killed near Auburn, is Glenn L. Perrigo, jr.
[Watertown Daily Times (Watertown, NY), January 14, 1967, page 10]
Home on leave, dies in crash
An East Syracuse Marine on leave from active duty was killed early today [Jan.14, 1967] when the car he was a passenger in left Route 5 near
[photo of Glenn L. Perrigo]
Auburn and struck a utility pole.
The driver of the car and a second passenger were injured and admitted to Auburn Memorial Hospital. Officials said the driver was charged with driving intoxicated.
Dead is Glenn L. Perrigo III, 19, of 210 Allen St., East Syracuse, the son of Glenn L. Perrigo Jr.
The injured were identified as Terry L. Schrock, 24, of 321 Westcott St., the driver, and Richard Kulesa, 18, of Carson Drive, East Syracuse. Kulesa is also on leave from the Marines.
Kulesa is reported in serious condition in the hospital with a possible concussion and a broken right leg. Schrock is listed in fair condition with a broken left ankle, hospital officials said.
Police said the accident occurred on Route 5 in the village of Sennett when the car, driven by Schrock, was attempting to pass another vehicle when it hit an icy spot, left the road, skidded more than 300 feet and crashed into a pole.
[Newspaper article from an area newspaper, January 14, 1967]
for crash victim
Services will be tomorrow for Pfc. Glenn L. Perrigo III, 19, of 210 Allen St., East Syracuse, who was killed early yesterday in an automobile accident near Auburn.
The Rev. Leonard F. Basford will officiate at rites at 10:30 a.m. at the Welter Funeral Home. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery.
Pvt. Perrigo served in Viet Nam for about a year prior to last July. At the time of his death he was on leave from active duty with a Marine detachment at Great Lakes Naval Training Center.
He was a native Syracusan and a former student of Eastwood High School.
Surviving are his father, Glenn L. Perrigo Jr., three sisters, the Misses Donna and Janet Perrigo and Miss Susan Dixson; a brother, John Perrigo; his paternal grandfather, Glenn Perrigo Sr., and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mina Smith.
Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today.
[Syracuse Herald-American, Sunday, January 15, 1967, page 79]
Glenn L. Perrigo, 19, 210 Allen St., East Syracuse, January 14, 1967. Survived by his father, Glenn L. Jr., three sisters, Miss Donna and Miss Janet Perrigo, and Miss Susan Dixson; one brother, John, a paternal grandfather, Glenn L. Perrigo Sr., a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mina Smith, several aunts and uncles. Services Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Welter Funeral Home, Rev. Leonard Basford officiating. Burial Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
WELTER FUNERAL HOME
[Syracuse Herald-Journal, Monday, January 16, 1967, page 23]
Glenn Leland Perrigo (1925 - 1968)
Joan Caroline Smith Dickson (1930 - 1964)
Glenn Leland Perrigo (1947 - 1967)
Donna J. Perrigo Barone (1949 - 2005)*
Glenn L Perrigo III
PFC US Marine Corps
June 17 1947 - Jan 14 1967
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