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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Hank Greenberg January 1 1911 September 4 1986 Person,Grave Hillside Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Carl Greenberg September 8 1949 June 12 1953 Murray City Cemetery (Utah, United States of America)
Abraham L Greenberg February 15 1901 September 14 1988 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Allan R Greenberg December 26 1934 March 19 1996 Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Allan Morton Greenberg April 5 1921 October 27 1997 San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Allan Greenberg February 23 1947 December 10 1997 Riverside National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Alvin W Greenberg August 8 1928 November 21 1999 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Arnold Greenberg November 16 1925 April 12 1997 Massachusetts National Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Arthur Greenberg April 29 1926 April 5 1997 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Blanche Greenberg June 15 1917 September 6 1999 Grave Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
David G Greenberg June 7 1923 November 30 1988 Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Edward J Greenberg February 5 1917 August 27 1991 Grave Quantico National Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Frank T Greenberg August 9 1934 February 27 1992 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Irene R Greenberg May 27 1902 July 3 1992 Grave Quantico National Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Irving Greenberg March 17 1922 February 19 1994 Grave Riverside National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Josephine Greenberg June 3 1934 November 16 1994 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Lawrence Greenberg February 23 1915 December 3 1998 Riverside National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Leonard Stanley Greenberg October 26 1913 January 21 1987 Long Island National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Margaret Shepherd Greenberg May 10 1911 August 15 1992 Long Island National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Marion C Greenberg September 23 1922 December 21 1994 Massachusetts National Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Martin M Greenberg September 20 1923 September 19 1993 Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Max William Greenberg June 30 1910 December 16 1995 San Francisco National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Max Greenberg January 1 1896 December 17 1974 Grave Willamette National Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Michael Lawrence Greenberg November 23 1947 February 1 1948 Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Mollie Greenberg August 23 1908 October 27 1992 Grave Springfield National Cemetery (Missouri, United States of America)
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