These beautiful polished black granite
benches surround The Ohio Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Wall
and will eventually line the walk way through-out the park.
They are engraved with many designs from companies, families
or groups who wish to honor our troops and veterans.
The design of the benches are varied. Some benches have been
dedicated to individuals such as Mike Paonessa and Robert L.
Gilbert II, while others have been dedicated to a group of
veterans from a certain city or town, such as Cuyahoga Falls
and Wadsworth. The Cuyahoga Falls and Wadsworth bench was
paid for with donations from friends and family members of
those killed during the Vietnam War from their respective
cities. Still other benches have been donated by cities,
churches, organizations, businesses and alumni.
The benches are sandblasted with
your own design, or we can assist you in the design. They
can even contain photographs of your hero. The engraved area
of the bench is 48" wide X 14" tall.
If your organization is looking for a good fundraiser to
take part in, these benches are for an excellent cause.
The City Of Norton donated a bench to The Ohio Veterans'
Memorial Park that reads...
"FREEDOM IS NOT FREE...Sacrifices they made and deeds they
performed shall be written in history, and shall remain
alive in our memories for generations to come. We express
sincerely our pride and gratitude for the tasks they
The Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park
wants to help insure that the names and deeds of these brave
men and women indeed remain alive in our memories.
COMPANIES - CHURCHES - SOCIAL ORGANIZATION - FRATERNAL GROUPS
We can send a
speaker to your next meeting to talk about the pear tree