Havre de Grace MD - Gold Star Families Memorial Monument
Havre de Grace MD Project - Gold Star Families Memorial Monument
The Project Committee for the Gold Star Family Memorial Monument located in Havre de Grace, Maryland is excited to announce they have received official approval from the Mayor and City Council to establish a GSFMM in one of the city parks on the water front of the Chesapeake Bay.
To learn more about the Gold Star Family Memorial, please contact:
SFMM Project Committee Co-Chairman
Craig P. Reeling, Commandant, Marine Corps League–Department of Maryland US Marine Corps Veteran
102 Tidewater Drive
Havre de Grace, MD 21078 443-477-0670
Johnny Boker, Chairman
Harford County Commission on Veterans Affairs US Army Retired
701 South Adams Street
Havre de Grace, MD 21078 410-652-6258
Craig P. Reeling and Johnny Boker will serve as Honorary Board Members, Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor Foundation.
The committee is actively searching for additional Committee Members. Preferred Primary Project Email Address:
Primary Mailing Address:
c/o Craig Reeling
102 Tidewater Drive
Havre de Grace, MD 21078-4106
The National Project Manager for HWWMOHF is Mike King.
To make a contribution for this particular Project CLICK THE DONATE BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE or contact an Honorary Board Member.
A Gold Star family is a wife, husband, mother, father, stepmother, stepfather, parent through adoption, foster parents who stand or stood in loco parentis, children, stepchildren, children through adoption, brothers, sisters, half brothers, half sisters, aunts, uncles, grandchildren and grandparents of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States that sacrificed their life for our way of life and the American flag under which they served. The Gold Star Family Memorial was created by Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel “Woody’ Williams to remember those families who have made the ultimate sacrifice. To learn more about the memorial, please visit our Gold Star Families Memorial Monument web page.
"Dying for freedom isn't the worst thing that can happen. Being forgotten is." Georgie Carter-Krell (Mother of Posthumous Medal or Honor Recipient Pfc. Bruce W. Carter, USMC- Florida