Veterans’ Memorial Committee

Mission Statement

The Veterans’ Memorial Committee assists in the planning of veterans' activities throughout the year. 

  • To honor, aid and assist veterans in many ways
  • To promote patriotism
  • To plan for and oversee the creation of new veteran memorials in the Veterans’ Memorial
  • To promote the sale and installation of veterans' pavers

Veterans Memorial Flags

Committee Meetings

The Committee meets on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall in February, April, May, August, October, and December. Additional meetings will be scheduled as needed.

Committee Members

Serve two-year terms expiring on December 31, 2023.

  • Terry Stouder, Chairman
  • David Scott, Vice Chairman
  • Jerry Wilson, Secretary
  • Adam Jeranek
  • Ben Parker
  • John Arnold
  • Erin Harper

Brick Pavers

Brick pavers in the memorial feature the names of local veterans. To locate a paver, please download the Paver Directory.  The rows are in alphabetical order starting with the row closest to the flags.  The pavers are then numbered beginning with the first paver in each row at the left of the flags. For example, to find Paver C22, go to the far left and find row C, then count the pavers moving to the right until you reach 22.  Note: There is a right angle at the middle of the row, continue counting pavers and follow the row.

Brick pavers are placed in the days prior to Memorial Day each year.  In order to have a brick paver placed for Memorial Day, orders must be received by March 15 to allow time for engraving and placement.  Orders placed after March 15 will be installed for the following Memorial Day.  To learn more about purchasing a paver, please call 513-707-1439 or download the memorial paver application.

Click here to see agendas, minutes, and meeting packets.


Below are a few of the resources available locally. Are we missing any we should add?  Please let us know at

Clermont County Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255

Clermont County Veteran Services      

Warren County Veteran Services   

VA National Center for PTSD 

Make the Connection (Veterans and PTSD website) 

Mission Roll Call Cincinnati 

American Legion Post 256 (Loveland)   

Greater Cincinnati Women’s American Legion Post 644      

Cincinnati VA Women Veteran Care Center