Art, monuments and landscaping that are symbolic to all branches of the Department of Defense and First Responders will fill the Southern Arizona Veterans and First Responders Living Memorial and the memorial will be free to all visitors.
“We now have the opportunity to create a once-in-a-lifetime project to honor all the military branches and first responders," said Dick Eggerding, chair of the Living Memorial Executive Board and the originator and proponent of the memorial concept to the Oro Valley Town Council. "At the same time, we can create a project that provides an environment for meditation, important events and educational opportunities."
The fundraising goal of $1.9 million will provide for the construction and maintenance of the Living Memorial to be located on 2.5 acres in Naranja Park, allocated by the Town of Oro Valley, in full view of the Catalina Mountains’ Pusch Ridge.
We are thrilled to report that we have so far raised more than $300,000 towards the project and will spend 2019 working to "Fund the Memorial Now!" Expect a call from us or
isit our website to learn more.