Ohio Veteran’s Memorial Park

Honored on panel 19 is Lieutenant Dwight C Sarjeant. He will always be remembered.

In May of 2009, the 125 foot long, polished, black granite wall with the names of the 3,095 Ohioans lost during the Vietnam War was dedicated in Clinton, Ohio. This was the beginning of the

Ohio Veterans’
Memorial Park

Since then, we have added the names of all Ohioans who have given their lives during the War on Terror, including the Beirut Bombing, and are planning on adding the names of our Korean War lost.
The park is open 24 hours a day and 365 days a year; we never close to the public and we welcome everyone to visit and pay homage to our war fighters.


The park is made up of several monuments dedicated to preserving the memories of our Heroes. Some of our memorials include…


  • The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
  • POW/MIA Reflecting Pond/Eternal Flame
  • Cobra AH-1F Display
  • Gold Star Mother’s and Father’s Statues
  • Family of Heroes Hall
  • M6o Patton Tank Display

LINK: https://www.ovmp.org/

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