Veterans Memorial

Granite memorial in front of the Pop Keeney Stadium entrance

Our classmates may be gone, but they will never be forgotten.

Northshore School District and a dedicated group of community members worked together to create a memorial honoring Northshore students who gave their lives serving in the United States Military. The memorial was built near the entrance to Pop Keeney Stadium and is comprised of a granite monument and bench.


The Monument

Spectators viewing the monument

The monument is a curved granite wall made up of three sections. Names of fallen soldiers are engraved on the left and right sections. The front middle section is engraved:

"In Memory of our fallen Northshore School District classmates who lost their lives fighting for our country. They gave the ultimate sacrifice, and we will be forever thankful.

In Honor of the men and women from Northshore School District who have served honorably and courageously to protect our freedoms and liberties while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States."

The back middle section will be engraved with "Our classmates may be gone, but they will never be forgotten."


Dedication Ceremony

The memorial was dedicated on May 27, 2019.


Submitting Names

If you know of a Northshore student who was killed in action, please fill out this form with the service person’s name, school, last enrolled year, grade level, and proof of eligibility. Eligibility requirements include having been a Northshore student, killed in action on active duty and while on duty. Names will be added to the memorial on an annual basis. 

Last day for the public to submit names to be added to the Monument each year is Nov. 15. Information received after Nov. 15 will be reviewed the following year. 



VFW Posts 4314 and 3348 and the Northshore Schools Foundation work in collaboration to fund the Northshore Veterans Memorial. For more information, visit the Northshore Schools Foundation website.


VFW Post 4314
Jim Morrison

VFW Post 3348
Thom Fermstad