Vietnam veterans memorial in San Luis Obispo at Madonna Inn

March 15, 2023


A traveling replica of a Vietnam veterans memorial arrived in San Luis Obispo for display at the Madonna Inn on Tuesday.

The Wall That Heals is a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall that is on permanent display in our nation’s capitol. It bears the names of 58,281 Americans who gave their lives in service to their country during the Vietnam War.

The public can view the exhibit at the Madonna Inn Meadows in San Luis Obispo from March 16 through March 19. It is open to the public 24 hours a day, with free admission and onsite parking.

This community event is co-hosted by the County of San Luis Obispo Veterans Services Office and the Central Coast Veterans Memorial Museum, in partnership with The Madonna Inn and Legacy Village Wellness Centers.

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Find, remember, and Honor these men:

San Luis Obispo County Soldiers, Sailors,Marines, and Air Force members who died in the Vietnam conflict:

James George Lee, Dennis Ray Bruce, Donald Martin Peterson, Robert Stanley Maguire, Joseph Thomas Martin, Dennis Ray Dieball, Dennis Lee Merrill, Richard William Vaughn, David Wayne Dyer, Robert Risley Fryer, Edward August Schultz, Jon Michael Young, Donald Gerald Lee, John Martin Bell, Kenneth Dale Schwartz, Thomas Lionel Twyford, William James Hansen, Arnold A Chap Delaine Jr., Michael Robert Miner, Terry Dixon Ratliff, Dennis John Stanley, Alfred Mauro Quiroz, Roy Henry Davis, Larry Dean Baldwin, Roy Eugene Parker, Michael James Paddock, Alvin Wayne Stallcup, Mark Carl Alford, Pete Sprule Segundo, Eric Alan Bosch, Curtis Henry Cropper, Joe Don Ramey, Lawrence Gordon Swarbrick, Lucio Jon Reis, Gary Dean Halliday and John Quitman Winningham.

Rest in Peace, Gil and Mike. I will never forget.