4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 10, 2021 2:52 PM by Nathan Campos

    Seeking obituary for Harvey Franzoni

    Nathan Campos Newbie

      Trying to find my grandma's half sister, Tammy Franzoni.  She is supposedly listed on obituary. Harvey Franzoni was born on 11-13-1934 W Germany died March 22, 1975. He was sergeant 1st class in the Army.

       

        • Re: Seeking obituary for Harvey Franzoni
          Elliot Schneider Ranger

          Nathan,

           

           

          Also did a quick search for Tammy Franzoni here is what I found. Last known address in 1996. May also have alias below. She also may have married the following individual. Looks like she changed her name a few times over the years.

           

          Name:Tamy L Broker
          Gender:Female
          Spouse:Cesar N Herrera
          Marriage Date:15 Sep 2001
          Marriage County:Clark
          Officiant type:Religious celebrant
          Recorded Date:19 Sep 2001
          Recorded county:Clark
          Book:919
          Page:D358078
          Instrument number:75886

           

          Name:Tammy L Herrera[L Broker Tamy][Tammy Aguilar][Tammy Brokerfranzoni][Tammy Broker Franzoni][Tammy L Aguliar]
          Birth Date:Jul 1969
          Residence Date:2005-2020
          Address:17178 E Whitaker Dr Unit A
          Residence:Aurora, Colorado, USA
          Postal Code:80015
          Second Residence Date:2003-2020
          Second Address:17771 E Columbia Ave
          Second Residence:
          Second Postal Code:80013
          Third Residence Date:1989-2019
          Third Address:1609 S Granby St
          Third Residence:Aurora, Colorado, USA
          Third Postal Code:80012
          Fourth Residence Date:2001-2013
          Fourth Address:3375 S Tulare CT
          Fourth Residence:Denver, Colorado, USA
          Fourth Postal Code:80231

           

          Name:Tammy L Franzoni
          Residence Date:1996
          Address:6388 W 84th Ave
          Residence:Arvada, CO
          Postal Code:80003-1215

           

          Here is some information from the following.

           

          Original data: National Archives and Records Administration. [File from the U.S. Army] Casualty Information System [Archival Database]; Records of Deceased Army Personnel, Deceased Dependents of Active-Duty Army Personnel, and Active-Duty Wounded Army Personnel, 1/1/1961 - 12/1981; Records of the Adjutant General's Office, Record Group 407; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

           

           

          He also served in Korea and was wounded there as well. Korean War-Vietnam War veteran

           

           

           

          Name:Harvey D Franzoni
          Race:White
          Home State:Oregon
          Casualty Date:14 Oct 1952
          Casualty Country:North Korea Sector
          Casualty Type:Returned to Duty (FECOM)
          Group:Returned to Duty (FECOM)
          Branch:Infantry
          Component:USA - RA (Reg Army)
          Rank:Private 1st Class
          Pay Grade:Private First Class
          Previous Detail:Wounded in action by missile, hospitalized
          Disposed Date:3 Jan 1953
          Organization:In Div - 7th
          Element Sequence:Cv Div Cav Regt Inf
          Unit #:0031
          Service Occupation:Light Weapons Infantryman

           

           

          Name:Harvey Dewain Franzoni
          Birth Date:13 Nov 1934
          Gender:Male
          Race:Caucasian (White)
          Religion:Protestant-No denominational preference
          Casualty Country:Germany, West
          Casualty Category:Non-battle Dead
          Casualty Status:Non-hostile Dead: Died Of Illness/disease (current), No Previous Report (previous)
          Casualty Date:22 Mar 1975
          Cause of Death:Not Booby Trap Connected: None Of The Above; Heart Attack
          Report Date:24 Mar 1975
          Personnel Catagory:Separated (within 120 Days)
          Military Class:Enlisted Personnel

           

          Name:Harvey D Franzoni
          Gender:Male
          Birth Date:13 Nov 1934
          Death Date:22 Mar 1975
          Enlistment Branch:ARMY
          Enlistment Date:16 Nov 1954
          Discharge Date:31 Mar 1972
          • Re: Seeking obituary for Harvey Franzoni
            Estrella Salas Newbie

            Thank you.  We did find all this information and unfortunately we don't even know if tammy was ever a Franzoni.  We think she is . I guess her name is on the obituary.  You happen to know how we can get copy of obituary? Thank you !

            • Re: Seeking obituary for Harvey Franzoni
              Rebecca Collier Ranger

              Dear Mr. Campos,

               

              Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!

               

              If he died while he was in the Army, we suggest that you request a copy of his Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF). IDPFs from 1940-1976 for U.S. Army personnel with surnames that begin with A-L are in the custody of the National Archives at St. Louis (RL-SL). For more information about these records, please contact RL-SL via email at stl.archives@nara.gov. IDPFs often include the next-of-kin and burial site.

               

              Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and pursuant to guidance received from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), NARA has adjusted its normal operations to balance the need of completing its mission-critical work while also adhering to the recommended social distancing for the safety of NARA staff. As a result of this re-prioritization of activities, you may experience a delay in receiving an initial acknowledgement as well as a substantive response to your reference request from RL-SL. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and patience.

               

              An obituary may have been published in his hometown newspaper. We suggest contacting that newspaper or the local library for a search of obituaries printed in early to mid 1975.

               

              We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your family research!