Sequoia Veterans Memorial

Sequoia Veterans Memorial (HMHFK)

Location: Redwood City, CA 94062 San Mateo County
Country: United States of America

N 37° 29.166', W 122° 14.245'

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[Emblems of the California National Guard, United States Air Force, The United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Navy, United States Coast Guard, United States Merchant Marines are displayed across the top of the monument.
The emblem of Sequoia High School is displayed in the center.

Sequoia High School students who gave their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces: ]

Kenneth Eugene Quinn ∙ Ted Gerald Sweeting ∙ Manfred Louis Zentil ∙ Joseph John Reginato ∙ Paul Iber Mariani ∙ Donn Ramon Austin, Jr. ∙ James Lindsay Wilson ∙ John Thomas Alcock ∙ Andrew Ramirez ∙ Henry Armada ∙ David George Callis ∙ Edward Charles Kane ∙ Richard Carroll Thorn ∙ Deverl Harmon Johnson ∙ Pherron Raymond Muchmore ∙ Frank Quinn ∙ Wilbert Michael Webster ∙ Eugene E. O'Sullivan ∙ John Adolph Rosek ∙ Charles J. Peri ∙ Carl Isaksen ∙ Alan MacDonald Sturdy ∙ John William Knight ∙ Dale Arnold Yateman ∙ John J. Preader, Jr. ∙ John Albert Wilson ∙ Julian Ricci Du Cray ∙ Romildo Visconti ∙ John Frederick Downing ∙ Joseph Russell Fox ∙ Carroll T. "Duke" Harris, Jr. ∙ George Aabel ∙ Stanley Woodward Schaller, Jr. ∙ Charles A. Fuller ∙ Malta Leon Stepp, Jr. ∙ Angelo Garcia ∙ John (Jack) Meredith Manders ∙ Jack Thomas Klitsch ∙ Joseph Louis Reynoso ∙ Hubert Gregory Hoenck ∙ Odel Spiller ∙ George Bishop Sacson ∙ Ernest Louis Wheeler ∙ David Grant Foulk ∙ Leonard Avery Shannon, Jr. ∙ Lawrence M. Green ∙ Clifton Riley, Jr. ∙ Robert Hugh Hallawell ∙ Leighton W. Marzlin ∙ Frank Thatcher Saunders, Jr. ∙ Stanley W. Dodge ∙ William Edward Larsen ∙ Gary Dean Taylor ∙ Everett Fred Bottema ∙ Ronald Ernest Ingram ∙ Richard Carlson ∙ James Canning ∙ Anthony Joseph Nunes ∙ Scott Winfred Jones ∙ Charles Gatchell ∙ Fred Charles Duttweiler ∙ Merwin Lamphrey Morrill ∙ Michael Gail Harvey ∙ Ralph Forrester Galvin ∙ Burnet G. Kniveton ∙ John E. Savage ∙ Steven Griffith Montague ∙ William George Evans ∙ Patrick E. Leahy ∙ Antonio Morilla Fuentes ∙ William Kunst ∙ James H. Santisteven ∙ Paul Arthur Ellis ∙ John Nesbitt Pierce ∙ William Peter (Pete) Hodgson ∙ Wing Su Chuck ∙ William John Dawson ∙ Kenneth Murray ∙ Benjamin Gallegos ∙ Kenneth William Claire ∙ Gordon Lee Page ∙ Lloyd E. Thrush ∙ Jack Duane Golley ∙ Philip Gordon Steele ∙ John Erskine Watkins ∙ Raymond Theodore Figueroa ∙ Earl Woodrow Peterson ∙ Elmer Wesley Nelson ∙ Joseph N. Gonzales ∙ Robert W. Furnas ∙ Robert Norris Edling ∙ Gerald (Chubb) Alvin Lopez ∙ Leroy Walton ∙ William R. Steele ∙ Richard P. Brisco ∙ Edward Brown ∙ James Elliot Heuton ∙ Carlis Darryl Hawkins
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HM NumberHMHFK
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Year Placed2005
Placed ByCreated by Dee Rowan Eva and her husband, Richard Eva, both from the Class of 1961, and the Sequoia High School Alumni Association
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Date Added Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 at 8:33am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)10S E 567417 N 4149072
Decimal Degrees37.48610000, -122.23741667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 37° 29.166', W 122° 14.245'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds37° 29' 9.96" N, 122° 14' 14.70" W
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Area Code(s)650
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 2810 Broadway, Redwood City CA 94062, US
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