Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

A base of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania area stone with a cannon mounted on top with an inscripted plaque mounted to stone. The original monument was in the parking lot of a bank that had closed, abandoned for years, then found and cared for by Steve Quigley along with his son who ran a towing company nearby. The monument was shown on the local news. A shopping center was to be built on the grounds where this monument to the Vietnam veterans stood. After a few years the Brandywine Mills shopping center opened and the developer (Peter S. Miller of Carlino Commercial Development) held true to his promise to protect this monument and provide a beautiful new home for all to visit and enjoy.

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Date of Installation:

November 11, 1966

Memorial War Era(s):

Vietnam

Location:

1751 Wilmington Pike, Glen Mills, PA 19342

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Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Vietnam Veterans, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

 

Published on February 20, 2020