City of Cranston Veteran Memorials

 

The city has over 59 known memorials that honor itís Veterans.

Veterans Square Legion Park Auburn Post 20 Memorial John Deluca Memorial Square Names of Rhode Island Residents killed in  the War on Terror
Oaklawn Cemetery Grand Ave George J. Peters School Pocasset Cemetery

Rhode Island Freedom Memorial

Lt JG Edward B. Shaw

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PS3

Ronald A. Gill Jr.

Memorial 

Cranston West

Cranston West

Vietnam Veterans

Memorial

Cranston East

Vietnam Veterans

Memorial

Victory Park Hanlin Square

George J. Peters Square

COLONEL

ABRAHAM

ANDREWS

Memorial

Oaklawn Memorial
Gladstone School Eugene Perry Square Kelley-Gazzerro Memorial

Clifford E. Tabor

Memorial Square

Scott-Adams Memorial Park
New Oaklawn Memorial Thomas Moretti Square

Cranston Veterans 

Memorial Ice Rink

Surprise Woolhouse Memorial

Warren Edwin Johnson

Memorial Square

Lt. Henry A. Palmer

Memorial Square

William Woolhouse Square Clarence Surprise Square

P.F.C. Anthony J. Sivo

Memorial Square

Veterans Memorial Expressway
John Ruggiero Square P.F.C. Harold H. Williams Jr.

 

The Ensign G. Howard Goodchild

Memorial Square

West End

 Veterans

Memorial Park

Richard J. Dennis

Square

 

Thomas Edward Kelley

POW/ MIA

 Fredric M. Mellor  and 

Lewis C. Walton

Tabor-Franchi V.F.W. Post

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John Edwards   

Medal of Honor

Grave Stone

Pocasset Cemetery

Cpl Matthew A. Melone

Memorial Square

Nelson-Mack Narragansett

V.F.W. Post 4651

Post Memorial

Tablet to Rhode Islands

Unknown Dead

from the

World War

Capt. George E. Hathaway

Chaplain 313th Cavalry U.S.A.

Alfred E.

Fisher

Memorial Square

Dean Parkway

Veterans Memorial Trees

Arthur E. Barks

Memorial Square

George M. Smith  Jr.

Jonathan Simas

Ralph Gardiner

Memorial Oaklawn

Holly A. Charette  Post Office Dedication, Rolfe St,

Cranston, RI, 02910

Korean Veterans Highway PFC Kevin Carroll Hanley

Cranston Veterans Council

Bench Exeter Veterans  Cemetery

St. Anne's Cemetery Names of Cranston Residents killed in  the Vietnam War  

Sept. 11, 2001

Memorial

 

 

THE COST OF FREEDOM

AND THE PRICE OUR CITY HAS PAID

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