Votre demande est ancienne, mais j'ai la photo de la tombe du Lt Sumner J Calish
Il est enterré au Temple Mishkan Telifa Memorial Park, West Roxbury, Massachusetts.
Death: Aug. 24, 1944, France
Boston Sunday Herald, June 19, 1949, page 109
Brookline Rites Today
For Lt. Sumner Calish
Funeral services for Lt. Sumner J. Calish, formerly of 25 South street, Brighton, shot down over France in 1944 while on his 88th fighter pilot mission, will be held from the Solomon Funeral Home, 420 Harvard street, Brookline, today at 11 A.M. Interment will be in Mishkan Tefila cemetery, Centre street, West Roxbury.
Lt. Calish was the son of Mrs. Ethel Calish and the late Charles Calish of Brighton. He volunteered for Air Force flight training after completing his second year at Northeastern University, where he was majoring in aeronautical engineering. While overseas, he was attached to the 400th Fighter Sqaudron of the 371st Fighter Group, based in England and France.
In addition to his mother, he is survived by two brothers, Howard and Leroy Calish, and a sister, Miss Cynthia Calish, all of Brighton.
CALISH Entered into rest August 24, 1944, in France, in the service of his country, Lt. Sumner J. Calish, of 25 South st., Brighton, beloved son of Ethel and the late Charles Calish, and brother of Howard, Leroy and Cynthia. Services at the Solomon Funeral Home, 420 Harvard st., Brookline, Sunday June 19, at 11 A.M. Military services will be conducted by the Brighton-Allston Post, #286 [unclear], Jewish War Veterans.
Saturday, May 28, 1966, Boston Herald, Page 16
Other Memorial Day ceremonies in Boston will include the dedication of a square at Commonwealth and Chestnut Hill avenues in Brighton to Lt. Sumner Calish, killed in World War II.