State Armory, Tacoma, Washington

WWII Memorial,

Tacoma, Washington

WWII Memorial,

Tacoma, Washington

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State Armory, Tacoma, WA

WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL

On Veterans Day 2007, a World War II Memorial was dedicated and presented in memory of the 760 Pierce County residents who died in the war.

The Memorial is located in War Memorial Park, just above Jackson Avenue at Highway 16.

The Memorial was built through the joint efforts of the Tacoma Historical Society and American Legion, Post 2. The memorial was funded by individuals, organizations, and foundations of Tacoma and Pierce County.

Charlotte Medlock at WWII Memorial, Tacoma, WA

Board member, Charlotte “Polly” Medlock was instrumental in securing the funds and the city’s approval to allow the Memorial to be built in War Memorial Park.

She was assisted in her efforts by Dr. Ronald Magden.

For information on the service records of those whose names appear
on this WWII Memorial, contact Mrs. Medlock at 253-752-7722

or the Northwest Room of Tacoma Public Library.

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