The Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame is a 501c (3) not-for-profit organization established in 2013 to “publicly emphasize the honor brought to our state and nation by the sacrifice of Indiana military veterans and their families.”
On April 25, 2013, the Indiana House of Representatives and the Indiana Senate recognized the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame organization – making Indiana one of only a handful of states to have established similar organizations.
The sale of memorial brick pavers provides veterans and their families an opportunity to commemorate their military service as part of the grand entryway and plaza fronting the memorial. No construction funds will be used for the paver project. The long term vision for the memorial includes the paver plaza and a memorial grove – a park-like setting suitable for remembering and reflecting on the service and sacrifice of the Hoosier veterans commemorated at the Hall of Fame.
The inaugural class of the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame was inducted in 2014. Honoring the service of the inductees in either their military careers or post-military endeavors, the honorees came from all corners of the state and reflected contributions made by military veterans from World War II through the current engagements in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame Commemorative Brick
Commemorative Bricks are available for purchase at $100 each to be placed prominently at the front entrance of the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame, located on the grounds of The American Legion, Department of Indiana Headquarters in Lawrence, Ind.