Wall of Honor

Add a brick to the Johnstown Wall of Honor, one of the largest veteran’s memorials in Ohio

Download and complete an order form to customize a brick in your honor or for someone you would like to honor.

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About the Wall of Honor
Dedicated on August 22, 2015, the Wall of Honor is located next to the legion hall at 180 West Maple Street, in Johnstown, Ohio.

The Wall of Honor structure consists of a recycled stone block base with four pillars covered with stone tablets and brick. Between the pillars are six panels (three forward and three rear panels). Each panel has the capacity of 195 engraved bricks.

Engraved bricks are for recognition of non-profit Military Organizations or an individual that has previously served or is presently serving in the United States Military, Military Reserve or Military National Guard. A Military Organization or person meeting the above criteria that wishes to remain anonymous may inscribe a brick with a quotation. A brick engraving is limited to three (3) lines, with 16 characters per line. Space breaks must be counted as a character. With each brick request form, a minimum donation of $75 is required. Brick requests not meeting the above criteria will be rejected.

Located on the pillar stone tablets are engraved inscriptions of the Wall of Honor monetary donation supporters. A minimum $3,000 donation is required for a stone tablet engraved inscription. Tablet inscription is chosen by the donation supporter. Contact our Inscription Coordinator for more details.

Small monetary donations to the Wall of Honor Fund are also greatly appreciated.

Monetary donation moneys are held in a Wall of Honor Fund. this fund is used for Wall of Honor routine maintenance, security and improvements to surrounding areas.

A brick or tablet inscription request is subject to rejection by our Johnstown American Legion Post 254 Wall of Honor Committee.

Members and supporters of American Legion Post 254, invite and encourage everyone to visit this wonderful memorial. The memorial is accessible seven days a week, and we ask that all visitors maintain a level of respect at all times.

To all who have served, thank you and God bless.

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