Being involved with the veterans foundation has helped me forge a unique alliance with our community to show our support and appreciation for those who served.
Duino Giordiano, A Life of Service: Vietnam War, Years Later - Police Captain, Monte Sereno & Town of Los Gatos, Today - Red Cross
The best way to remember those who gave so much is to honor their service.
John Lochner, Two-Time Mayor for Los Gatos
They gave all of their tomorrows so the rest of us could live in freedom
The Honorable William Peacock, Former Assistant Secretary, U.S. Army
Colonel U.S. Marine Corps
Seven years ago when we launched this initiative, we wanted to build a memorial that delivered honor, respect, and gratitude. What we didn’t know, and learned along this journey, is how powerful memorials can be as a catalyst towards healing.
Ellen Manzo, Veterans Foundation Board Member
The reason I have donated time and energy to this worthwhile cause is because Veterans and active Military provide for the peace and freedom of our country, which is fundamental to the American way of life.
The Honorable Francis J. Harvey, 19th Secretary of the U.S. Army
My entire family was involved in WWII and I have many friends who were in Vietnam, so I am pleased to have an opportunity to work on this Memorial to honor all who have served protecting our freedoms.
Diane Chandler, Board Member, Veterans Memorial & Support Foundation
A Memorial creates an actual place where veterans, all who serve their country and families of all races, creeds, social status and opinion can find a place that creates a healing environment to reflect and value one of our greatest gifts–to live in a free society
Dr. Clyde Horn, Wounded Combat Veteran, Psychotherapist, Photographer, Vietnam Veteran, Purple Heart Recipient, Honorary Board Member
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