Robert Matthew Worshinski

United States Air Force
02 June 1947 - 22 August 1968
Roselle Park, New Jersey
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7TH AF Robert M Worshinski

Purple Heart, National Defense, Vietnam Service, Vietnam Campaign

The database page for Robert Matthew Worshinski

02 Dec 2001

Ski and I were stationed together at Dover AFB, Delaware, after finishing basic training in Texas. We were assigned to the Aerial Port (Cargo) squadron. He was a good friend and I enjoyed his sense of humor. I remember when he received his orders for Vietnam. I was saddened by the news of his death.

From a friend,
Dan Brittain

30 May 2002

Bobby and I went to the same High School and went in the Air Force about the same time. While he was stationed in Dover, Delaware, I was stationed at Travis AFB in California. We used to spray paint messages to each other on huge shipping crates that we loaded and unloaded from the cargo planes. He was a great guy and I still think of him often.

Jim Rottmann

26 Sep 2002

As an Air Force father and Roselle Park resident, I wish eternal peace, joy , and heavenly holy fellowship for dear Robert!!!

From a neighbor,
Alexander J. Balaban

05 Nov 2003

Bob and I grew up and played together as kids. He and I and 5 other Roselle Park freinds joined the Air Force on the same day in September 1966. I have visited his section of the Wall in Washington and Homdel, NJ. He was a great guy and a lot of fun. I think of him often.

Rick Adase

4 Mar 2004


by his sister,
Janet Worshinski
8 Dec 2004

I was with Ski in Dak To. I was his mate. My name is Lawrence Maurer. I was with him when he got hit. I love you, Ski, I think of you every day.

Lawrence Maurer

A Note from The Virtual Wall

At the time of his death, Sergeant Robert Worshinski was assigned to the Dak To detachment of the 15th Aerial Port Squadron.

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He is remembered on the New Jersey Vietnam Memorial.

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Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
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