West York in York County, Pennsylvania — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Korea and Vietnam Memorial
Eyster, Allen R. Joseph, Rodney E. Knaub, James E. Knaub, Robert E. Kotzman, Joseph C. Lease, Donald A. Lease, James R. Massimore, Roger E. Jr. Myers, Paul Jr. Wise, Gene M.
World War II Welsh, Paul D. Jr.
Dolheimer, Robert E. Doll, John F. Elfner, Kermit H. Elliott, Donald E. Emig, Gordon H. Enterline, William E. Falkenstein, Edward D. Flohr, Larry G. Gladfelter, Clair R. Glatfelter, Harry L. Goodling, David E. Grieman, Donald E. Grube, Robert L. Harmon, Gerry E. Heckert, Gerald E. Heffner, Richard Heist, Edward R. Heltzel, Dale A. Hensel, William Hess, Lawrence K. Hoffman, James M. Hopkins, Hubert D. Houseal, Gene F. Kerchner, Maurice M. Kirby, Jack G.
Klinedinst, Wilbur E. Knipple, Donald N. Koch, Douglas E. Krout, Kenneth G. Lightner, Paul W. Little, David M. Little, William E. Meals, William L. Jr. Meisenhelder, Phares D. Myers, Eugene C. Myers, Whedon R. Myers, Robert E. Nickey, Bradley B. Nickey, Orville W. Ott, Kenneth E. Rebert, Donald E. Sr. Rebert, Donald J. Remond, Thomas H. Roberts, Richard A. Robertson, James R. Sabolo, Charles W. Sabolo, Paul D. Schaffer, Curvin H. Schwartz, John E. Shubert, Raymond J.
Sheffer, Rodney J. Shive, Marlin R. Sloan, Donald P. Smith, John H. Smith, Richard E. Smith, Robert N. Spalding, Charles W. Staley, Clyde E. Jr. Strausbaugh, George K. Strausbaugh, Lester G. Swartz, Jack M. Tarman, Donald L. Thomas, Clark E. Jr. Thomas, Robert L. Wagner, George W. Wagner, Robert A. Welliver, Richard L. Whitekettle, William W. Willet, William M. Wire, Carmi M. Wire, Harold F. Wolf, Louis B. Zech, William A. Zeigler, George W. Zimmerman, Robert P.
Folcomer, John H. Foust, David L. Freed, Lawrence C. Fringer, Herbert J. Funke, Terry A. Gallagher, Joseph N. Gittman, Carole A. Gohn, Gregory S. Goodling, Jerry L. Greiman, Raymond L. Grimm, Andrew M. Gross, John H. Hamme, Gregory E. Hawkins, Terry P. Heim, David J. Heist, Wayne C. Hess, Roy V. Hinkle, Donald E. Hoke, Kenneth E. Hoffeins, Frank A. Hoffman, George A. Hopkins, Robert W. Hopple, William D. Hunt, George A. Kerchner, Wilbert J. Kern, Larry E. King, Michael R. Kopp, David L. Krenitsky, Joseph A. Krepps, James B. Kunkle, Gwendlyn F.
Landis, Gregory S. Landis, John E. Lattuca, James R. Lauer, Philip G. Lecrone, Rodney L. Lookingbill, Donald P. Luckenbaugh, Dana Lutz, Robert C. Mackley, Ronald March, James H. March, Thomas P. Markle, Harry H. III Markle, James W. Martin, Robert L. Martin, Stanley, W. Jr. McClellan, David A. McClellan, James W. McDonald, John A. Miller, Philip E. Moser, John R. Moul, Carl E. Muela, Frederick R. Mummert, Carson C. Nicklow, Donald E. Nitchman, William F. O'Dell, W. Carl Price, Wilford F. Quickel, Larry E. Ramble, James E. Reisinger, David P. Rinehart, Larry A.
Rinehart, Robert R. Rohrbaugh, David L. Ropp, Jeffery L. Sewell, Murray A. Shenberger, Richard E. Sipe, Russell E. Slenker, Charles K. Smith, David C. Smith, John H. Smith, Richard C. Smith, Ronald F. Smith, Scott T. Sollenberger, Kurt V. Sowers, Jerry W. Sponsler, Dale E. Stover, Larry G. Stover, Thomas R. Summers, Clair E., Jr. Sylvanus, John J. Van-O'Linda, Richard R. Wayda, Michael J. Welliver, Arthur R. Welliver, Richard L., Jr. Wendel, Michael J. West, James A. Wetzel, Roger E. Wherley, Michael E. Wile, Jay A. Wiley, Thomas C. Young, Paul A. Zorbaugh, Philip
Topics. This memorial is listed in these topic lists: War, Korean • War, Vietnam.
Location. 39° 57.469′ N, 76° 45.701′ W. Marker is in West York, Pennsylvania, in York County. Memorial is at the intersection of Orange Street and North Adams Street, on the right when traveling west on Orange Street. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1447 Orange St, York PA 17404, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. West York Memorial Field (a few steps from this marker); Veterans Memorial (a few steps from this marker); World War I Memorial (a few steps from this marker); Revolutionary War Memorial (approx. 0.4 miles away); Vietnam Memorial (approx. 0.4 miles away); 1917 - 1919 (approx. 0.4 miles away); York Inter-State Fair (approx. 0.4 miles away); George Washington Visited York, Pennsylvania on Five Different Occasions (approx. half a mile away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in West York.
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