Monday, July 21, 2014


The Veterans Wall of Honor is a computer driven video display located in the lobby of the Administration Center. The wall was created with private funds to honor all residents of Jefferson County who served the United States in the military. The Veterans Wall displays the name, rank and place of residence of each living or deceased veteran that completed honorable military service.

The Veterans Wall of Honor is designed to be a living memorial to which names may be added. A kiosk, located next to the Veterans Wall, allows visitors to search for the names of veterans listed in the database. In order to add a veteran's name to the Wall of Honor, down-load the form by accessing the link below or call the County Executive’s office at 636-797-5400 and request an Application for Recognition form. You may also call Tess Tenison at 636-677-8943 for additional information regarding the Veterans Wall of Honor.

In addition to the Wall of Honor, a bronze emblem honoring each branch of the Armed Forces of the United States is displayed on the south wall of the hallway as you enter the Administration Center.

Jefferson County government is proud of our County's many veterans and believes that their sacrifice should be remembered and honored.


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