L/A Veterans Memorial Park

Monuments at the L/A Veterans Memorial Park at the Falls in Lewiston, ME.
Typical Monument and order of Names, Service and Conflict
Aove is the information on the application that would be forwarded to the L/A Veterans Council to have someone's name inscribed on one of our monument.

 If you want an application (above) to have a veteran's name of a relative or friend inscribed on our next monument (#26). You can contact Normand Cote, Vice Chairman, L/A Veterans Council. I can be reached at 782-1725 or by email at nmcote@roadrunner.com. And I will email you an application via .pdf file. Applications are also available at the MFGS Library on the second floor at The Fortin Funeral Home on Turner St., Auburn, also available at Lewiston City Cleerk's office at: http://www.ci.lewiston.me.us/ (Just enter the word Veteran in the search box at the top right, and you will be see tha link for the application). Form is also available at the Veterans Affairs Office on Westminster St., Lewiston, ME 04240. Or you can click on this link: Application Form:

Notice the Old Libby Mill in background, before it burned down July 15th, 2009
Above is the plaque showing the abbreviations used for the different services and conflicts used on the monuments.
WWII Jeep donated by Del Gendron, WWII US Navy veteran.
5 inch Naval Gun
Old anchor
The main monument at the L/A Veterans Memorial Park

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03.06 | 20:37

I've added both a link to the MFGS AND a link to AmazonSmile recommending MFGS as the benefactor. Hope it works. www.lachance.org/donate.php

01.01 | 18:05

Norm Cote: Do you know if anyone has any photos of Napoleon Couture or his son Paul Couture?

19.12 | 18:07

Napoleon J “Paul” Couture
14 May 1901 – 26 Jan 1973

Find a grave 121555093

this is his son

19.12 | 18:03

He died in 1921. They had no money. Do you know if they had poppers grave?

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