Military Wall of Honor

Military Wall of Honor

Military Wall of Honor –

Honors the men and women who died while serving in the military. 4th of July is a time to reflect on these American patriots who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and defending our country. At St. Joe’s we honor all present and former parishioners who are currently serving or have served in the U.S. armed forces. We have many military service members currently honored on the Parishioners’ Military Wall of Honor. Do you have a family member or relative who should be included? Use the attached link to download an application form and email or return it to the church office. Narratives from several veterans are now available for reading in binders by the Wall of Honor; but more are needed. Do you have a service member’s story to include in our library?  We’d love to hear from you.

-The Military Veterans Committee

Application link:

Veteran Memory Scrapbooks

Mary Prozeller of the Lakeville Yellow Ribbon and her husband, Wade, are interviewing Veterans and creating scrapbooks of their lives.  The purpose is to create a legacy scrapbook to pass down to future generations.  The scrapbook is free of charge.  Contact Mary at 612-819-8286 or email her at if interested.


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