KENILWORTH, NJ – Michael Naya is a senior at David Brearley High School and a historian. He has been fascinated with history since he was a child and is in the process of writing a book about as many veterans as he can, to honor their stories of those we have lost and those that are still living. He is looking for more information from the Kenilworth community. Please see the following message.
Dear Kenilworth residents,
My name is Michael Naya, Jr. and I am a seventeen-year-old high school student from Kenilworth. Over the past three years I have been interviewing Great Depression survivors, World War II and Korean War veterans. I have been doing this because I love history and one day I would like to write a book on the men and women from these events. I am seeking information on military servicemen and women from any of the following wars:
World War I, World War II, and Korea. I am seeking information such as photographs, letters, documents, or information on former servicemen and women from Kenilworth and specifically from World War II and the Korean War. Information on veterans both living and deceased would be appreciated. Additional information from World War II such as information on homefront workers, Rosie the Riveters, Air Raid Wardens, child eyewitnesses, veterans and information from children and widows of veterans from Kenilworth is appreciated. I would be grateful as I would like to ensure that these men and women are not forgotten.
You can reach Michael Naya by his cell phone 732-986 -7768 or by his email firstname.lastname@example.org.