Vermilion County Korean and Vietnam War Memorial

Vermilion County Korean and Vietnam War Memorial (HM6X4)

Location: Danville, IL 61832 Vermilion County
Country: United States of America

N 40° 7.968', W 87° 37.712'

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Back of Stone Bench - At Entrance

Dedicated to those who served, and to the principles upon which this great country was founded. This memorial stands in humble gratitude.

Left Section

Korea 1950 - 1953

Heroes of the Forgotten War

* Missing In Action

1 - Danville · 2 - East Lynn · 3 - Georgetown · 4 - Hoopeston · 5 - Indianaola · 6 - Muncie · 7 - Rankin · 8 - Rossville · 9 - Sidell · 10 - Tilton · 11 - Westville

Korea - - Left Panel of Names

9 - PFC Robert E. Adcox · 1 - PFC Arthur Bishop · 4 - CPT Louis W. Bratton · 3 - PFC Larry R. Cimino · 1 - CPT Harold E. Copsy · 8 - SGT James Cornell * · 1 - SGT Floyd Deck * · 1 - CPL Paul E. Duez · 1 - PVT John R. Gibson · 1 - PVT Gerald W. Goodner · 6 - PVT Edward Gossar * · 8 - PFC John F. Govier

Korea - Middle Panel of Names

1 - SFC William W. Hamilton · 1 - PFC Raymond E. Haun · 2 - PFC Allen Hayes · 1 - SFC Bernard Hewitt · 5 - PFC Charles High · 4 - CPL William Hopkins * · 4 - CPL Francis Hurst * · 11 - 1LT Clyde E. Lamkins · 8 - 1LT Wilbur E. Lewis * · 1 - 1LT Orville J. Lipscombe · 1 - SGT Clarence F. Maiden · 1 - SGT Raymond E. Mason

Korea - Right Panel of Names

4 - CPT Clarence B. Odle·1 - 1LT Harold Osborne · 10 - CPL John H. Parezo · 1 - SGT Jack K. Pate * · 1 - PVT Harold M. Saylor · 1 - PVT James E. Shaw · 10 - PVT Edward L. Swearinger · 7 - PFC Ralph Tull · 11 - PFC Peter Vilutes, Jr. · 4 - SFC Earl V. Wise * · 1 - PFC Robert L. Wurtsbaugh · 3 - CPL Elmer G. Sperry

Right Section
Vietnam 1964 - 1975

Unsung Heroes, Not by Choice

1 - Alvin · 2 - Danville · 3 - Fairmont · 4 - Georgetown · 5 - Hoopeston · 6 - Potomac · 7 - Sidell · 8 - Westville

Vietnam - Left Panel of Names

2 - LTJG Thomas E. Brown · 1 - SP4 Jerry M. Chunges · 2 - PFC John W. Davis · 8 - BM3 Francis W. Deal, Jr. · 2 - LCPL Perry Dicken, Jr. · 2 - LCPL Robert K. Enderby · 2 - CPL Daniel F. Farrell · 2 - PFC John A. Goldsberry

Vietnam - Middle Panel of Names

2 - CPL William E. Gooden · 2 - SGT Michael L. Hutson · 2 - HM3 Walter P. Jackson · 4 - CPL Earl D. Jenkins · 6 - LCPL David L. Judy · 5 - PFC Joseph A. Kelnhofer · 2 - SP4 Harry S. Mason, Jr. · 2 - PFC Kenneth R. McAllister · 2 - SP5 Ronald T. Hoffman

Vietnam - Right Panel of Names

2 - SGT Ferenc J. Ramm · 2 - SP4 Cecil J. Render · 2 - SGT Robert C. Sherman · 2 - SSGT Robert D. Shipman · 4 - SP4 Kenneth M. Walls · 2 - 1LT Michael J. Welch · 3 - PFC Larry E. Whitington · 7 - WO Mark D. Young
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HM NumberHM6X4
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Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Thursday, September 18th, 2014 at 12:57am PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16T E 446452 N 4442686
Decimal Degrees40.13280000, -87.62853333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 40° 7.968', W 87° 37.712'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds40° 7' 58.08" N, 87° 37' 42.72" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)217
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 429-499 N Hazel St, Danville IL 61832, US
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