IN MEMORY ...
Memorial Park on Tybee Island Georgia is home to the Tybee Island Veteran's Circle of Freedom Memorial Monument that enshrines and encompasses brave souls from each branch of our services. It is a representation of a community that stands proudly together supporting all that this nation represents- love of family, freedom for all.
Here we honor our fallen that have passed - listing their names & branch of service in the order in which we received them. As you read over this list please take a moment of silence to reflect upon their sacrifices and the loved ones left behind . . . we salute them ... If you would like to include your loved one please email us.
A Community Of Support ...
We invite all to take a moment and visit our Memorial Park- it is a place where one may sit on the bench and possibly reflect upon what this symbolizes. There is a certain calm here ... The bronze plaques capture the names of our local brave souls, acknowledgments to those men and women whose services were involved in conflicts into the current day. Our gratitude for all who serve us includes those in blue- Tybee's fallen police officers.
Our community, near and far, have chosen to support this Memorial Park and The Tybee Island Circle of Freedom through the purchase of our commemorative bricks encircling the base of the monument. Individuals, families, engrave their names of loved one's or, they purchase a brick with their names although they may have never served. If you would like to have your own brick supporting the memorial and monument please let us know! We welcome all!
The Committee Whose Vision It Has Been To Create This Beautiful Monument
Publicly Extends Their Deepest Thanks To All Who Attended The Dedication
. . . A Decade In The Making . . .
A group of very hard working members of the community have worked long and hard to create and remake this significant monument honoring all service men and women who have selflessly given all of us, the American community, the opportunity to live in a democratic society.
The monument has a new face- if you were unable to join us on December 10, 2016 please, come and visit the monument
... sit and reflect what significance it has for you.... for us all... for generations to come. To learn more about the history of the monument, development, and ways you may help maintain the monument please visit their website with the link below.
Davis DeLoach . July 25, 1949 - December 14, 2016
A.O.P.A. - Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association
Tybee Island Sons of American Legion Squadron 154
Captain John Royce Woodard . A Reflection Of Our Member, Our Friend