History of the Memorial
The Guilford County Veterans Memorial was dedicated on September 14, 2002, and the website was launched on Veterans' Day, 2003, and is dedicated to the Guilford County Veterans of 20th Century Wars.
City of Greensboro
Walter C. Cockerham
The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of Greater Greensboro
Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation, Inc.
Joseph M. Bryan, Jr.
James R. Bullock, Jr.
Kiwanis Club of Greensboro Foundation
Charles T. Hagan, Jr. Family
The Mary Norris Preyer Fund
Greensboro News & Record
The Toleo Foundation
Mrs. Bruce Beaman
John E. Chandler
Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Greensboro Jaycees Charitable Foundation
City of High Point
Mary Lynn Richardson Fund
Preddy Memorial Foundation
Lynn R. & Karl E. Prickett Fund
Members of the Guilford County Veterans Memorial Committee
William F. Craft, Chairman; Louis B. Godwin, Vice Chairman; William F. Black; Edward C. Carson; Walter C. Cockerham; Joseph E. (Ed) Deaton; John M. Farmer; William C. Harris; Nathan B. (Ned) Harrison; Curtis L. Laughlin, Jr.; Carl Seager; Al C. Stewart, Jr.; B. Thomas Ward, Jr.
Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates, PA - Greensboro, North Carolina
Equator Graphics, Inc. - Silver Spring, Maryland
Alex Tait; John Yanson
GS Images - Hagerstown, Maryland
Web site photography
Tom Lassiter, Lassiter & Co.
Web Design and Hosting
Memorial Bricks are one of the most viewed nd meaningful features of the Guilford County Veterans Memorial.
Do a Brick Search
Click here to do a Brick Search and find the memorial to your loved ones, friends and heroes of Guilford County Veterans.
Tour the Wall of Rings
Take an interactive tour of one of the most meaningful sections of the Memorial - the Wall of Rings - with photo and map panels showing the history of Guilford County Veterans in our country's 20th and 21st Century wars.