Clock Tower

Clock Tower (HMNSA)

Location: Logansport, IN 46947 Cass County
Country: United States of America

N 40° 45.299', W 86° 21.981'

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In Honor of the Military Veterans

( Clock Tower - Plaque )
This tower was erected in honor of the military veterans of Cass County. The clock and bell were salvaged from the old Cass County Court House, originally built in 1844, subsequently added to in 1888, and finally demolished in 1979 to make way for the new Cass County Government Building.

( Honor Roll Korean Conflict - Plaque )
Cass County honor list of Dead and missingKorean Conflict
James Marlin Baber ● Donald L. Barker ● Robert Arthur Bolen ● William Richard Bennett ● Robert Dale Conrad ● Stanley Lee Dewitt ● Richard Dee Ellis ● Alver Haines Ginn ● John Douglas Goins ● Walter (Jack) Leonard Marler ● Richard Wayne Patterson ● John Wayne Price ● James Russell Sims ● Dewey Auton Sanders ● Thomas Wood Smith ● Robert William Turner ● Onis Loy Ulerick ● William Junior Widner

( Korean War - Plaque )
Korean War
June 25, 1950 to January 31, 1955The citizens of Cass County salute those men and women who served their country honorably during the war in KoreaandHonor the memory of those brave men whogave their lives in service of Their Country
(A Star in memory of each one)
May they rest in peace

( Honor Roll Viet-Nam Conflict - Plaque )

Cass County honor list of dead and missingViet-Nam Conflict
Barry Wayne Bickel ● Steven Keith Brandenburg ● Lawrence Clark ● John Michael Deremingio ● Frank R. Gallagher ● Gerald Frederick Gilbert ● James L. Hatton ● Reggie Westel Hinson ● Rex Michael Hoover ● Arthur Leroy James ● Charles B. Jilcott, Jr. ● Roy Douglas Jordan ● James Leroy Kistler ● Terry Lee Maloy ● Robert Alan Martin ● Thomas Eugene Priesthoff ● Lewis Alan Walton

( Vietnam War - Plaque )
Vietnam War
August 1964 to May 1975
The citizens of Cass County honor the men and women who gave part of their life, and some their lives, serving their country in the Vietnam War. Your efforts will always be remembered by each of us.
(Stars)
May they rest in peace

( Persian Gulf War - Plaque )
We honor, with this visible symbol. All of those whoserved with courage, valor and sacrifices in theArmed Forces of the United States of America duringthe Persian Gulf War, which began August 2, 1990.
All of those who gave their lives, were wounded andserved with honor defending our freedoms, we salute youin loving memory and appreciation to you, the men andwomen of Cass County who served our nation.
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Date Added Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 at 7:55am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16T E 553487 N 4511751
Decimal Degrees40.75498333, -86.36635000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 40° 45.299', W 86° 21.981'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds40° 45' 17.94" N, 86° 21' 58.86" W
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Area Code(s)574
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 397-399 North St, Logansport IN 46947, US
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