Administrative Services

World War Two Veterans of Southwest Pennsylvania
Memorial Fund

Blue Arrow World Wide Web Icon View KDKA Video about Memorial

Veterans Day Parade 2007
Veterans Day Parade
R-L back seat: WWII Veterans & Board Members of the Memorial Fund - Code Gomberg, Jean Curtis and Stan Roman (Co-Chair). R-L front: Mark Schneider (Leadership Committee), daughter Ryan.
 

Honoring the Past, Investing in the Future

A memorial, designed to symbolize Duty, Honor, and Love of Country, will be built on the North Shore of the City of Pittsburgh to honor the men and women of Southwest Pennsylvania who served their nation so valiantly in World War II.

The memorial will serve as an educational narrative and will honor veterans, industries, and private citizens who assisted with the war effort. 4,000 members of the armed forces from Southwest Pennsylvania died in battle. We wish to honor the World War II veterans of our region with a memorial that symbolizes their Duty, Honor, and Love of Country.

The Memorial project which is long overdue is vitally important to honor and remember the brave men and women who risked everything to preserve our freedom. The estimated cost of the project is $3,000,000. Your financial assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Donations may be sent to:

American Flag, the symbol of freedom World War Two Veterans of Southwest Pennsylvania
Memorial Fund
P.O. Box 23143
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-6143
American Flag, the symbol of freedom
 
World War Two Veterans of Southwest Pennsylvania Memorial Fund, Inc. is a Pennsylvania not for profit corporation,
and has received an exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.