The Michigan Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall will be on display at Warren City Hall September 30 – October 6. Ceremony at city hall Monday, September 30th at 1PM.
The Memorial is dedicated to the memory of the 2,654 men and women from Michigan who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the Vietnam War. It sends the message that we will not forget those who did not come home from the divisive war and are listed as killed in action or still listed as missing in action. “There are currently 48 soldiers from the State of Michigan who have not yet returned home,” said Mayor Jim FoutsIt is a memorial for those who have been honored with the words, “on behalf of a proud and grateful nation…”.
“Two members of my Hazel Park High School cross country team, including the captain, were killed in the Vietnam War,” said Warren Mayor Jim Fouts in a statement.
The wall is sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans of America – Chapter 154.