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Monument Wall

This is a monument to those humans and animals, past and present, that have served our country, or have supported those who defend it.

This page lists the Tributes uploaded by our visitors. You can add one, too!

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You can read all the comments HERE or use the state picker to view comments from a specific state.

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Latest Comments

In Memory of Ronald Frazier at 4/28/2016 8:05:00 AM says:

Ron Frazier a loving husband, father, and grandfather was also a man with a dedicated work ethic. He cherished spending time with his close and extended family, as well as helping those friends who needed a hand. Ron loved car cruises and traveling with his wife, Leanne. He enjoyed watching his son show horses or visiting their horse farm. He could frequently be found fixing someone’s car, a piece of equipment, or helping with an outdoor project at their home. He loved his family and was so proud of them. Ron was born in Colfax, Washington on March 31, 1946 to parents, Robert E. & Lillias Frazier. The family relocated to Missouri. Ron had 4 siblings; Delores, Roberta, Loretta, and John. At the age of 16, Leanne Dorsel caught Ron’s eye as she practiced cheerleading or catching some afternoon sun in her backyard that looked across to the Frazier family’s home. This began the friendship that would one day turn into something so much more. Ron graduated from Liberty High School in 1964 and went to work as an auto mechanic for his father at Frazier’s Auto Repair also in Liberty, MO. In 1965 the conflict in Vietnam had escalated to a critical level and Ron joined the army in October of that year. This began 3 years of service as a Construction Engineer/Heavy Equipment Operator. During Ron’s service to our country, on November 22, 1966 he made his former neighbor, friend, and girlfriend, his loving wife, now Leanne Frazier. After his honorable discharge, Ron returned to work at his father’s auto shop until his brother-in-law, Jim Robertson offered him a position at his company. That began Ron’s 41 year career with Robertson Plumbing working in all aspects of the plumbing trade. The company grew and together they built many of the homes and neighborhoods around the Kansas City area. This is where Ron’s work ethic really shined, always getting the job done to the highest standard and maintaining the plumbing vehicles and equipment as well as the most skilled backhoe operator. His dedication to his career and work ethic enabled Ron to provide a comfortable life for his family and teach his young children that hard work does pay off. For 49 years, 5 months, and 4 days his marriage to Leanne was one of unconditional love and caring for each other, until his death Tuesday, April 26, 2016. With his wife and two sons beside him in his home, he began his journey to eternal life. A Husband, Father, Brother, Grandfather, Uncle and Friend to so many, Ron leaves behind many struggling with a heavy heart. These include his wife Leanne Frazier, son Daniel Frazier, his wife, Carla Frazier and their two children Dalton and Lilly Frazier. His son David Frazier, his partner, Pug Willis. His sisters Delores Geisinger, Loretta Karns, Roberta Vogt , and his brother John Frazier. His mother-in-law, June Dorsel. Ron was preceded in death by his parents, Robert E. & Lillias Frazier, his father-in-law, Robert E. Dorsel, and sister-in-law, Suellen Dorsel. Ron loved to work on old cars and his pride and joy was his red and white, 1955 Chevy. Over the years he lovingly restored and modified his ‘55. He enjoyed going to car cruises and valued his many friends. 

We're so happy to have privelidge to help you honor Ron!

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Vincent at 4/25/2016 10:34:00 PM says:
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Jody McLee at 11/11/2015 7:54:00 AM says:

I am proud to be from a family that has fought in the majority of Americas wars from the Revolution to Desert Storm our family fought. We missed 1812 and the Spanish-American only because of a generational hiccup. My GGGG Grandfather fought in the Revolution as a Major from SC, my GG Grandfather was taken prisoner by the Union because he was old enough to fight and piloted the Shoals of the Tennessee River and was never heard from again, my Grandfather was in Basic when WWI ended I still have pictures of him in his uniform. In WWII five members of our family volunteered and served in Europe, Korea and Vietnam saw my Uncle's hunting skills put to use as a sniper. A cousin was killed fighting to expose corruption against Vets by a Police Dept near a Base, a second followed my Uncle's example as a sniper in the Korean DMZ and then during Desert Storm. Once again we are in a generational gap, so I salute all of our Vets and their families for fighting that others might know the rights gained by my GGGG Grandfather Major Thomas Gross.

WOW! A proud history, indeed.

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Ann B. at 11/11/2015 7:34:00 AM says:

From pre-Revolutionary War times through my children's generation, our family has served in the United States Military. I thank them, and all who defend/have defended our freedoms. And I thank the Shatners for their dedication to helping veterans. Being part of the horse world, I know what healing lies within those beautiful bodies. Whether for veterans, those suffering from other disabilities or simply someone needing a special 'hug,' horses are the heroes. Anyone who has the opportunity should get involved with these programs.

Yes, Ann, horses are heroes, too! :-) Here's to our four-legged brothers and sisters (like Sgt Reckless!) who have served along side us!

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Art by Nature at 11/6/2015 9:07:00 AM says:
Look at all the love! Over 100 supporters have written tributes to Veterans and First Responders on Elizabeth Shatner's interactive artwork, "Courage". Currently hanging in the Rick Scalf art gallery in Lexington, KY, this piece will be donated to a cause supporting those who have served.
Capt.Leslie D.Buzan at 9/25/2015 7:47:00 PM says:

I was born and Army brat. My dad was a SSgt.at Camp Chaffee Arkansas in 1956. I have tried to serve our military in every way possible since then. I shake hands with every military member I see.Which when you consider that i live near and air base is a lot. I was also their Armed Forces Emergency Services Military Red Cross case manager for 8 yrs.. As well as those of several other units that were assigned to me because of some of the smaller offices not having a case worker. And I did it with pride. I have served with the United States Air Force Aux. Civil Air Patrol. There I encouraged all of my younger officers to get to know every military person and their families that lived near them or that they went to school with. These are the things my father taught me. Talks my other siblings are not even aware ever took place. He told me once I was the one to carry the light he passed to me through birth on a military post. When I was younger I did not understand all of this. But as I aged.I did as we all do. I had hoped Vietnam would of been my generations last war as well as our childrens. But world events changed that. So for all of those kaki diaper kids like myself I salute all of you and your loved ones who served. And for those younger kaki diaper kids coming up in the world today I give you my love and my love to those in your family who are currently serving.Have served.Or for those you have lost you have my deepest love and respect. To all who read this that are currently in Harms way, or to those who have returned and are trying to get your lives and those of your families back in order. I Honor You All. To my father I say Thank you for your love and your service. And for Those Who Gave All. R.I.P. Because of you I live in a Free and Honored Country.

What a glorious tribute!! Thanks for setting an example by giving your time and words to honor those who gave so much. And thank you for your service!

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Lori Jean Meyer Khan at 9/12/2015 3:22:00 PM says:

This is in honor of my father, Ronald Malcolm Meyer, honorably discharged airman on the USS Hornet 51-55. Born NJ 1933; died NJ 1986. I love you, Daddy!

Brigitte DeWitt at 9/11/2015 8:43:00 AM says:

Thank you Mark DeWitt, Beau DeWitt and John Winkler for your service and sacrifice. I would like to thank all those would have served and those who continue to serve our country. Freedom is not free. Thank those you see wearing the uniform for your freedom.

Thanks Bridgette! And we thank the families of those who serve, for supporting them!

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Mick Sobczak at 7/1/2015 1:14:00 PM says:

I would like to pay tribute to all who have served this great Nation to include my uncle Mickey, a WW II veteran, and my father who served in the Army from 1957 - 1965. I would also like to thank all those who help veterans with our issues. Although we may not always be able to articulate how we feel, your support is greatly appreciated.

Well articulated, Mick!

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The All Glory Project at 6/25/2015 9:36:00 AM says:

The All Glory Project pays tribute to the American Legion, who has set up the Legacy Scholarship Fund to support the families and children of our fallen warriors. This charitable scholarship program helps ensure higher education is a possibility for children whose parents lost their lives while on duty since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The fund has been building steadily toward its goal of $20 million while at the same time issuing scholarships to qualified young people who have lost parents in the war. Individual donations are commonly made to the fund, but the major event of the year is The American Legion Legacy Run, a motorcycle trek that crosses numerous states between Indianapolis and National Convention city. More info and a donation page are at http://www.legion.org/donate/legacy_scholarship

Kim D. at 1/25/2015 11:19:00 AM says:

I would like to pay tribute to my hero, my Dad, Merlin Fredrick Francis. He proudly served in the Navy during WWII as a Corpman and his service remained a big part of who he was as a person. I lost my Dad February 2014 and the Navy was there at the funeral to send him off. I am the keeper of the flag that was presented to the family.

Great tribute, Kim. Our WWII vets are true treasures. Our thoughts are with you as we near the anniversay of your father's passing. 

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BJCoyne at 11/11/2014 9:29:00 PM says:

In Honor of my Father who served as a mechanic on PT Boats in England and Germany during WW2,also to my Father-in-Law who served in WW2 and Korea, was wounded twice during the conflict and received 2 Purple Hearts (RIP Gonzalo).To All who Serve ~Past ~Present~ and Future.You Stand for Freedom ~You Fall for Peace, God Bless every single Service Member #LestWeForget your Sacrifices...

Wow, those men had true dedication. Thanks, BJ.

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William Palmer at 11/11/2014 8:31:00 PM says:

I would like to salute all of the veterans who have served, past, present and future to protect our country and freedom. My grandfather was enlisted in WWII and I'm thankful for his service to this country and for all the others who sacrificed to protect our liberties. I also want to thank the families of those who serve and the sacrifices that they make to support our troops and keep their foundations while they are away at war. Lastly I would like to also thank those who salute and give thanks to those who serve because the gratitude we show them makes a world of difference for them. God bless America and God bless all those who serve and their families. -William

Thanks William. You're right! Way to show love for the families and the volunteers that support our troops!

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Mary Jane Young McWilliams at 11/11/2014 7:15:00 PM says:

I would like to thank Captain Bryan C. Young for serving in Iraq in the 1st cavalry Division, then returning to Afghanistan for several years to manage ground support in the private sector. You are my hero. I will never take the freedom I am blessed with here in America for granted. You and your colleagues suffered and sacrificed that we Americans may live stateside in peace and security. I AM SO PROUD OF YOU.

Thanks, Mary Jane! Captain Young stands as an inspration to us all.

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Jessica C. at 11/11/2014 3:31:00 PM says:

A shout out to my dad, Robert, who fought in Vietnam, 1969-71. It wasn't his choice to go, but he is proud to have served, and so I'm proud of him. Love ya, Dad!

Many of the Veterans from Vietnam, Korea and Central American conflicts had to wait a long time to get the respect they deserved. It's a blessing that they had families that loved them in the meantime! 

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