This page is to honor Veterans from Jackson Township who have served our country

The Jackson Township Recreation Commission is in the process of collecting applications listing the names of any Veterans who have served in the Armed Forces and who currently or previously resided in Jackson Township.  The names collected will be put onto a Memorial / Monument to be erected in Jackson Township Veterans Memorial Park.  Please print out as many applications as you need at the following link:

Veterans Memorial / Monument Application

You can submit names of Jackson Township Veterans to be added by sending the names in an email to:

Veterans Memorial & Monument
Veterans Memorial & Monument
Jackson Township Veterans Killed In Action
Civil War
Private Frederick Berge
Private George Campbell
Balsar Dishong Killed while held a P.O.W. - Died 9/15/64 - Andersonville, GA
Israel Daniel Dishong Killed while held a P.O.W. - Died 2/15/65 - Salisbury, NC
World War I
Loy A. Douglas Killed in France October 17, 1918.
World War II
John Martin Anderson Killed in action on November 5, 1942.
Pfc. William Russel Beatty 82nd Airborne, killed in Belgium January 8, 1945 and buried in France.
Private Samuel Leroy Burkhart Killed in Germany on April 6, 1945
Leo Fredrick Fetzer Killed on July 9, 1943 during the Batan Death March
Loman Davis Killed in battle during 1944.
Alonza Weaver US Army, killed in action.
Harry Lewis Amigh Died on November 20, 1950
Floyd Kent Burkhart Army - Killed on March 3, 1951 - Buried in Mundys Corner.
Damian Wright Army
John Larry Davis Marines, Killed on April 21, 1967
Gary Paul Gay Air Force, Killed on January 27, 1966.
Aaron James Rusin Army - Killed on October 11, 2004.
Honor Roll - Mundys Corner

The Jackson Township Honor Roll was situated between the old NAPA (Mundys Corner Auto Parts Building) and C & R Motors in Mundys Corner. The sign was painted blue and white and was lighted. The idea was conceived by a group called "Mothers Club" and constructed by Hank Quinn and Glenn Crouse. It was built sometime after 1942 and was made from untreated wood and fell victim to the elements after the war. At the time of this photo there were 132 names on the roll.

Veterans Memorial Park
Entrance Sign to Veterans Park