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PostPosted: Tue, Dec 19 2017, 9:24 am EST    Post subject: Staff Sergeant William Joseph Kundrat, USMC, 33, killed on July 10, 2017 along w Reply with quote

My family has been doing the Christmas display in Cranbury for 10 years now, we have been able to experience a lot of incredible events over that time through the display but I cannot think of a single thing that would compare to the honor that we have been asked to be part of.

Would you please join us to honor this family at our Christmas Display on Wednesday December 20th. I received a call from the head of the NYPD yesterday asking if we would host this family. They are Gold Star Family from the southern part of NYC being hosted by the NYFD they are to come to our Christmas Display. If anyone out there is also part of any veteran organizations would you PLEASE get me in contact with them we would like to have as many veterans here as possible.

In a conjunction with the New York City Fire Dept, and the New Jersey State Police Cranbury Christmas Lights which is the largest Christmas Display in New Jersey will be hosting a Gold Star Family for a special event in their honor this Wednesday Dec 20th. The NJ State Police will be escorting the NYFD Vans with the family and veterans going back to WW2 from the Gothels Bridge to our display arriving at 520 to We need everyone to be in place no later than 5:15 pm >>PLEASE SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR PARKING INSTRUCTIONS <<
If you can PLEASE pass this along to any veterans or veteran organizations that would be interested in coming out and whoing support for this family please do.

Staff Sergeant William Joseph Kundrat, USMC, 33, killed on July 10, 2017 along with 15 Marines and a Navy Corpsman in a Marine KC130 plane that crashed in northern Mississippi.
Staff Sergeant Kundrat joined the Marine Corps on July 30, 2002, and was promoted to staff sergeant on January 1, 2011. He was a critical skills operator with the elite 2nd Marine Raider Battalion, MARSOC from Camp Lejeune, NC. He had deployed in support of OEF/OIF from March to June of 2003. OIF from September 2005 to February 2006 and then again until April 2006; to Senegal, West Africa from April to May 2010; and in support of OIR from December 2015 to June 2016.

He is survived by his wife Ashley son Ethanand daughter Aleah

Feel free to call me at 609-636-6870 for any other information.

Keith A. Shaw
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