Progress being made on Veterans Hall of Fame


BUCYRUS — The members of the Crawford County Veterans Hall Of Fame held their monthly meeting on Aug. 21 at the Amvets Post27 in Bucyrus. The first order of business was to make a $20,000 down payment to Sean and Terri Longstreth of Longstreth Memorials for granite to be used for the Memorial to be constructed at the Crawford County Court House. This payment gets the granite cut in New England and delivered to Galion. We hope to have the personal

The first order of business was to make a $20,000 down payment to Sean and Terri Longstreth of Longstreth Memorials for granite to be used for the memorial to be constructed at the Crawford County Court House. This payment is for the cutting of the granite in New England and to have it delivered to Galion.

“We hope to have the personal pavers lettered this winter. Please order your pavers now, so they can be ready to be placed next spring,” said Chuck Christman of the Hall of Fame.

Later in the week, a $5,000 payment was made to Oberlander’s Landscaping for the landscaping and architectural layout of the pavers.

For more information, call Charles Christman at (419) 562-4740 or Donald Scheerer at (419)562-9789 or visit www.ccvhof.org.

Donald Scheerer, secretary and treasurer of the Crawford County Veterans Hall of Fame, presents a check to Sean Longstreth (left) of Longstreth Memorials for the downpayment so that work can begin on the proposed memorial that will be located at the Crawford County Courthouse. (Courtesy Photo)
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_thumbnail_IMG_20160821_131825324.jpgDonald Scheerer, secretary and treasurer of the Crawford County Veterans Hall of Fame, presents a check to Sean Longstreth (left) of Longstreth Memorials for the downpayment so that work can begin on the proposed memorial that will be located at the Crawford County Courthouse. (Courtesy Photo)

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