669th BS Patch

416th Bombardment Group (L)

Louis Moskowitz

SSgt.,

1923 - September 18, 2007

669th Bombardment Squadron (L)

WWII-Medal

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From The Jewish State:

Mr. Louis Moskowitz died Sept. 18, 2007, in CentraState Medical Center, Freehold. He was 84. Born in Brooklyn, Mr. Moskowitz lived in Brighton Beach, N.Y., before moving to Monroe 20 years ago. He was a beverage distributor for 25 years before retiring. He was a decorated Army Air Corps veteran of World War II, serving as staff sergeant in the 669th Bomb Squadron in the European Theater. He received the Distinguished Unit Badge and the European-AfricanMiddle Eastern Service Medal. He was past commander of the Clearbrook American Legion. He participated in the National World War II Memorial Project in Washington, D.C., and his war experience was recorded at the Smithsonian Museum. He was a member of the Jewish Congregation of Clearbrook, Monroe, and of the Battleground-Adelphia Knights of Pythias Lodge. He also participated in the Cribbage Club, the Billiard Club and the Senior Citizen Club, all at Clearbrook. Mr. Moskowitz is survived by his wife of 61 years, Sylvia Miller Moskowitz; son, Dr. Marc Moskowitz of Atlanta, Ga.; daughter and son-in-law, Audrey and Mark Steinberg of Brooklyn; brother, Sam Moskowitz of Florida; and grandchildren, Daniella Steinberg and Paul and Lauren Moskowitz. Interment at Floral Park Cemetery, South Brunswick. Arrangements by Mount Sinai Memorial Chapels, East Brunswick.




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