Pittsford Honors Its Veterans
On Saturday, November 11, 2006, the Town of Pittsford dedicated a Veterans Monument honoring all Pittsford veterans. The monument lists the names of twenty-one hometown heroes – Pittsford veteran casualties – who gave their lives while serving our nation in combat in WWI, WWII and in Korea, Vietnam and Iraq.
The monument site provides a space for citizens to recognize all other Pittsford residents who have defended the cause of freedom. The walkway surrounding the dedication plaque will accommodate personalized bricks that may be purchased to pay tribute to family members and friends who have served in the American military.
Please note, due to vendor supply chain issues the Veteran's Monument Tribute Bricks program currently is on hiatus. Materials needed to create the bricks currently are not available. We ask those interested to refrain from placing tribute brick orders for the time being. We will reinstate the program once materials become available and we're able to resume installing bricks. Check back at this web page and in the Town's eNews for updates.
The Pittsford Veterans Monument is located in William A. Carpenter Park at the Port of Pittsford, 22 North Main Street.