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
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 !
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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 email@example.com. IDPFs often include the next-of-kin and burial site.
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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.
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thank you. i do not know where his home town was