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Scott City Veterans Memorial - Scott City, Kansas
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member azswade
N 38° 29.021 W 100° 54.506
14S E 333544 N 4261208
Quick Description: Dedicated in the honer of the men & women who served our country & made the supreme sacrifice in World Wars I - II - Korean & Vietnam.
Location: Kansas, United States
Date Posted: 1/9/2011 2:14:45 PM
Waymark Code: WMAFJ0
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
Views: 6

Long Description:

Nice granite, two-tiered monument located on the corner of the local courthouse. The monument rests on a red, roughly-hewn granite socle about a foot hight and then extends upward another seven feet, also of red granite, rough on the sides. The memorial is flanked by stone vases and all of this rest upon a concrete pad. The stone benches match the monument, although, they are polished. The entire site is a place of reflection.

Type of Memorial: Multi-War Memorial

Wars mentioned (Multi-war only):
World War 1 World War 2 Koren War Vietnam War


In Honor Of: Dedicated in the honer of the men & women who served our country & made the supreme sacrifice in World Wars I - II - Korean & Vietnam

Marker Text:
WWI - Ezra Conner, Lloyd Crooks, Orvis Hull, Frederick O. Reese, Lester Reid, H.H. Renick, Paul West. WWII - Gene Hatcheller, Lynn Crowl, Charles L. Dunlap, Lynn B Hardgrove Jr., Donald Helfrick, J.D. Keeling, Bobby Lee Kennedy, Murl D. Phillips, Lowell Sauer, Umphrey Darrel Stewart, Martin W. Wiechman, Milton M. Woodrick, Ernest G. Young, Charles F. Zinn Korean War - John M. Masch, Dwayne Merica Vietnam War - Jack O. Eitel


Who Put it Here?: Sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars

Description of Memorial:
This is located on south east corner of the Scott County Court House property. It is beautifully set up with two benches that face the up right monument with a view of the Court House in the back ground.


Date of dedication: Not listed

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