AmVets Post 103 Veterans Memorial

AmVets Post 103 Veterans Memorial

Monument in memory of all members of Post 103 who served the nation. Post 103 is named for Fayette County native General George C. Marshall who served as US Army Chief of Staff during World War II.

 

Date of Installation:

May 28, 1984

Organization Responsible for Installation:

AmVets George C. Marshall Post 103

Memorial War Era(s):

Persian Gulf
Panama
Lebanon/Grenada
Vietnam
Korea
WWII

Location:

123 Buttermilk Lane Hopwood PA 15445 39 Degrees 51’ 46” North 79 Degrees 42’ 6” West Hopwood is an unincorporated village located in North Union and South Union Townships, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

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AmVets Post 103 Veterans Memorial

AmVets Post 103 Veterans Memorial

 

Published on November 1, 2019