Marion E. Carl Veterans Memorial

Marion E. Carl  Veterans Memorial
Marion E. Carl Veteran's Memorial Personalized Paving Stones Available

The memorial displays a large granite pedestal honoring all veterans and showcases the seals of each military service. This pedestal is surrounded by 4" x 8" paving stones that may be purchased to personalize, honor and remember veterans. Order forms available HERE or email Linda Kleczynski, Secretary/Treasurer of the Marion E. Carl Veteran's Memorial non-profit 501(c)(3) organization at lkleczyn [at] for additional information.

Established in 2012 to honor all Veterans and in memory of Marion E. Carl, born and raised in Hubbard.  Hailed as a hero to the community of Hubbard, Marion served in the military from 1938 to his retirement in 1973 as a Major General in the Marines.  He served during three wars and was a recipient of many awards and achievements during his military career.  After his retirement, Marion died during a robbery at his home in 1998 while protecting his wife, Edna, from the intruder.  He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington D.C.  The Veteran's Memorial, located at Wolfer-Will Greenway at 2300 "D" Street took three years from the talking stage to completion in May, 2012, funded only by generous donations and the selling of engraved bricks.  

2300 D Street
Hubbard, OR 97032
United States

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