HONORING THE LOCAL FALLEN HEROES THAT BRAVELY SERVED OUR COUNTRYDONATE
A Group of Severna Park Businessmen, Residents, and Politicians are committed to building a new Gazebo at the Hatten-Regester Green. This new Gazebo will replace the aging Gazebo and will be dedicated to Gold Star Families.
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The Fundamental Roots of this Project are the Monuments to Honor each of the Servicemen from Severna Park who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, and lost their lives serving their Country. They all grew up in Severna Park, and were active in their Community. A Plaque for each of the Heroes will be placed around the Gold Star Memorial.
Eric's service ended in Bagdad, Iraq when an improvised explosive device detonated near his Humvee during combat operations. He was 20 years old. Eric loved Severna Park and especially loved fishing, swimming and boating in Old Man Creek and the Magothy Rivers. Eric enjoyed music and playing guitar, he especially loved his younger Brother and Sister, Patrick and Alanna also of Severna Park as well as his Mother Rhonda and Father Kevin.
Eric’s service ended in Al Anbar Province, Iraq while conducting combat operations. He was 20 years old. Eric was an Athlete, a fan of Irish and patriotic country music, a wicked video gamer and rugby player, who loved his country and his Catholic Faith. Eric loved his older Sister and younger Brother, Katie and Mathew also of Severna Park as well as his Mother Gina and Father Eric.
Taylor’s service ended during a training exercise at Hawthorne Army Depot, Nevada. He was 21 years old. Previously Taylor served in Afghanistan in 2011. In addition to being an athlete, Taylor was an avid Ravens and Orioles fan, he enjoyed spending time boating with friends on the Severn and Magothy River and enjoyed skeet shooting. Taylor loved his Brother and Sister, Griffin and Libby, also of Severna Park as well as his Mother Elizabeth and Father William.
Nathan's service ended in Afghanistan when a severe wind storm collapsed the building he was working in. He was 22 years old. Nathan played sports for SPHS, participated in outdoor activities, served with the boy scouts, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout and was a community volunteer. Nathan loved his siblings Harrison, Olivia, Bruce III, Tatum and Danielle of Severna Park, his wife Alexis as well as his Mother Jeanette and Father Philip.
NEVER FORGET THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE
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ON OUR WAY TO $55K
The Memorial and the Monuments will be funded strictly through private donations. Arrangements are currently being made to accept donations through the 175th American Legion Post in Severna Park. We’re on our way to $55K...We just need YOUR Help! Make a Donation Today.