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John Lewis Dvorscak

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John Lewis Dvorscak Obituary
Dvorscak, John Lewis Another Hero Passes from the Greatest Generation. World War 2 Veteran, John Lewis Dvorscak, formerly of Woodbridge Virginia, fought his final battle in life and entered into the arms of His Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on June 2, 2018. His devotion to God, Family and Country were the hallmarks of his life. He was born February 18, 1926, near the coal mines of Hazelton, PA. He entered the Navy at age 17, and was part of the invasion of Normandy. Following his two year tour in the Navy he served twenty years in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam and Korean Wars. John married Doris Muench in November, 1951 and together they raised 5 children followed by 5 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. John was a devout Catholic, active in Our Lady of Angels Parish in Woodbridge, VA, and St. Anne Parish in Gilbert, AZ. He also served for over 60 years in the Knights of Columbus both as a Grand Knight and a later as a Faithful Navigator with the 4th Degree. John was predeceased by his beautiful bride, Doris, his treasured sons John and Paul, and beloved brother Bernard, his sisters Mary, Irene, Elisabeth and his parents. He is survived by his loving brother and sister, E.J. Dvorscak of Arlington, VA; Bernadine Magnus of Newark, DE; his treasured children and their spouses, Debi and Kevin Burns, Col. Peter and Karen Dvorscak, and Kimmy and Jerry Nine; his cherished grandchildren Trip and Chrissy Nine, Kathryn and Michael Russell, Kelly Nine, Ryan Burns, Chet Nine; and four great-grandchildren. John's final arrangements will be accomplished by Mountcastle Turch Funeral Home in Woodbridge, Virginia. Services for John will take place on Thursday, June 14. His viewing, begins at 10:00 AM, followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM offered by Father Francis Peffley at St. Mary of Sorrows Historical Catholic Church, 5605 Vogue Rd. Fairfax Station, VA. Interment, with full military honors, will be at Stonewall Memorial Gardens, 12004 Lee Hwy, Manassas, VA immediately following. He will be laid to rest next to his beloved bride and sons. For further information go to www.mountcastle.net/obituary In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to your local Knights of Columbus organization or a . Please sign the Guestbook at www.legacy.com/washingtontimes
Published in Washington Times on June 13, 2018
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