Lovettsville Veterans Memorial
This memorial was designed for you.
You make it come alive.
The memorial demands forgiveness and reconciliation.
I pray that we can live up to that demand.
The nation is reminded of the price they paid.
Lovettsville Veterans Memorial Dedication
Dedication of Monument, July 4, 1991
“In the name of the Town Council of Lovettsville, Virginia, I now dedicate this memorial; I dedicate it to the memory of those who fell in the service of our country. I dedicate it in the name of those who offered their lives that justice, freedom and democracy might survive to be the victorious ideals of the peoples o the world. The lives of those who have made the supreme sacrifice are glorious before us; their deeds are an inspiration. As they served America in a time of war, yielding their last full measure of devotion, may we serve America in a time of peace.
“I dedicate this monument to them, and with it I dedicate tis Town of Lovettsville to the faithful service of our Country and to preservation of the memory of those who died that Liberty might live.”
—Councilman Richard T. Greene
Lovettsville Veterans Memorial Supporters
Richard T. Greene, former Lovettsville Town Councilman
Patsy Myers Boothe
James E. George
Richard T. Greene
Martinsburg Granite Company
John Clinton Allen
Pearl C. Cooper
Dorothy K. Rickard
Elaine Walker, former Mayor of Lovettsville
IN THE NEWS:
Lovettsville Students Use Multiple Tactics to Help & Honor Veterans (2016)
Lovettsville 4th Graders to Honor Veterans With Special Program (11/10/2016)
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