Memorial Stone at Green Hill Cemetery, Buena Vista

Memorial stone is dedicated to veterans of all wars past and present. It was installed sometime in November 1967. It was estimated to cost between $1,800.00 and $5,000.00. C.L. Hamrick Memorials LLC, Lexington, Virginia, installed the memorial stone in the Green Hill Cemetery on land donated by the City of Buena Vista, Virginia. The tombstone memorial was dedicated on Sunday, 2 June 1968, at a Memorial Day service. The granite tombstone memorial bears the emblem of The American Legion Post 126 as well as the branches of the United States military services (Army, Navy, Marine Corps & Air Force). It is located just below the flag pole area of the cemetery. It is in good condition. Yearly The Floyd-Davidson American Legion Post 126 members have to clean the lichen off of it prior to the Memorial Day services. Buena Vista City employees mow around the memorial stone, but The American Legion Post 126 members keep the stone cleared of grass and bee nests.

 

Date of Installation:

November 7, 1967

Organization Responsible for Installation:

The Floyd-Davison American Legion Post 126

Memorial War Era(s):

Persian Gulf
Panama
Lebanon/Grenada
Vietnam
Korea
WWII
WWI

Location:

The Memorial Stone is located in the Green Hill Cemetery, Buena Vista, Virginia 24416. The Green Hill Cemetery is located off the Paxton House Road. Any questions should be addressed to The Floyd-Davidson American Legion Post 126.

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Published on July 7, 2017