Memorial Planned for CT's Fallen Servicemen and Women of Iraq and Afghanistan

Trees of Honor Living Memorial on behalf of the 63 servicemen and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq and Afghanistan

Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial is pleased to announce plans to construct a living trees memorial in 

With a goal of honoring the 63 Connecticut servicemen and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq and Afghanistan, the memorial will encompass a beautifully designed space that will include a tree planted for each of our State's heroes who gave their life serving their country. A personalized plaque will be displayed next to each tree.

The memorial will be funded and constructed with public donations and volunteer efforts. It will also feature walkways, flower gardens, benches, flagpoles, statues and lighting. 

It will be a serene, reflective area where families, friends, and visitors can be reminded of the valiant courage, bravery, and selflessness of our Connecticut men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice with their lives in military service to our country.

Trees, benches, flagpoles, walkway bricks, and statues will be donated or purchased from contributions to the Memorial Fund.  Donations to "Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial, Inc. (CTHM, Inc.)" c/o Colleen Dowd, Treasurer, P.O. Box 234, Windsor, CT 06095  * 501(c) 3 Status Pending

Volunteer assistance is needed in many areas. Please contact us with your
skills and talents. Sue Martucci, Chairperson,  suemartucci@gmail.com
(860) 841-4287

Other Ways You Can Help: http://cttreesofhonor.com/waysyoucanhelp.php

Our next fundrasier: A Pasta Dinner, October 13, 2012, 5:00—8:00 PM at Elks Club 2060, 130 Deerfield Street, Windsor, CT.

Please see Pasta Dinner PDF file.

Watch this space for future details.

A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life wrote a blank check Made payable to "The United States of America" for an amount of "up to and including my life." That is Honor, and there are way too many people in This country who no longer understand it.  - anonymous

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