Lt. Col. Leonard Umanoff
Kislev 5, 5750
March 1, 1912
December 3, 1989
From ROTC at Cornell University, CCC Lieutenant at Plattsburg, New York to Battle of the Bulge (three times wounded and decorated) 1st Army HQ's at Governors Island, New York, then Korea and Japan (JLC) as G2, then Turkey as Military Advisor. He retired from Ft. McPherson, Georgia.
Extremely proud of his military service and the country he served.
His Medal and Citations include the Combat Infantry Badge, Purple Heart w/3clusters, and the Bronze Star w/3 clusters.
An accomplished pianist who wrote beautiful music. A talented photographer and knowledgeable gardener, as well as a Multi-Linguist.
As a civilian, worked in security and polygraph. Past President of Florida Polygraph Association which honored him with a Scholarship in his name.
Devoted son, loving husband, and a true gentleman.
Served from January 1, 1934 to January 1, 1960
Combat Infantry Badge, Purple Heart & Bronze Star