February 20, 1932 (unknown) – present
Married to Jane Shaw Erdo (1938-present) on January 12, 1963 in Norwalk.
Children are: Amy Erdo Portillo (1963-), Daniel (1965-), and daughter Liza Erdo Strong (1967-).
Local address: 20 Lowe Street, Glover Avenue and 5 Old Belden Hill Court.
Inducted on November 17, 1952. Separated on August 25, 1954.
Service number US51217191
Unit: 7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion, Headquarters Company
MOS 01745, Light Weapons Assault Crewman
Born to Alexander (1901-1977), born in Hungary, and Elizabeth (1910-1993). One brother, Alexander Jr. (1936-).
Wounded on July 10, 1953 in North Korea. From daughter Liza Strong: “There were nine of them on patrol duty and they were ambushed 14 days before cease fire by hand grenades. Eight out of nine soldiers were injured along with a canine dog. He spent a few months in Japan in rehab.”
Was a Linotype Operator for Leading National Advertisers Inc. at 11 Pogany Street, South Norwalk.
From The Norwalk Hour July 21, 1953
PVT ZOLTAN ERDO WOUNDED IN KOREA
Private Zoltan D. Erdo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erdo of 20 Lowe Street, had been reported by the Department of the Army to be wounded in action in Korea. The local soldier was hit on July 10 while on patrol duty. The parents received a letter written by an American Red Cross worker, from their son in a hospital near the front. He said he had been wounded by shell fragments and was expected to be returned to Japan and then home for treatment.