Veterans Honor Park

Celebrate our Nation's Heroes  
The Veteran's Honor Park was a feature added to SunRiver in 2011.  The residents of SunRiver partnered with the American Legion to raise the funds needed to erect a monument to honor veterans. Each branch of the Military is represented by a monument and flag, along with bricks dedicated to individual veterans that will bring a tear to your eye. Several times a year our residents gather together at the Veteran's Honor Park to pay tribute to all Veteran's, past, present and future.

To many SunRiver St. George Residents, the area with the bricks and flags is hallowed ground, a sacred tribute to those men and women who have so valiantly served our country.  As such, visitors should conduct themselves in a quiet and reverent manner when enjoying this portion of the Park. 
Veteran's Bricks 
Many residents have purchased bricks at the Veteran’s Honor Park to pay tribute to those who have served our country during war or peace at home and abroad. Residents may purchase bricks to honor those who served. Funds from the sale of bricks go directly to support the replacement of flags and similar projects at the Veteran's Honor Park. 
BRICK ORDER FORM (Click to view and print)
Find a Brick (Location) : Section/Row/Brick
Sections are marked. Rows 1-20 inside to outside. Bricks left to right
Thank you to the following who have donated bricks in memory of our Veterans: Coffee Gang, Color Country Corvette, Dixie Detachment Marines, Ladies Golf, Ray & Anabel Lusty, Mens Golf, Nights of Columbus, Oregon St ROTC Grads, Pickleball Club, Social Club, Social Cards, Quilters, SR Singers, Strong Family, Texas Cards, National Guard, USS Bausell, Utah Platoon Marines, War Dogs.
Thank you to our anonymous donors with these special messages for our Veterans: All Our Vets, All Who Served, All Who Served Iraq & Afghanistan, For All Vets, Forever Remembered, Honor Vets Past & Present, In Honor of Vets, Thanks To All, To Those Who Served
The Stories Behind the Bricks
Here in SunRiver we are honored and privileged to have many Veteran’s among us. The names on the bricks at the Veteran’s Honor Park all have a story behind them. Stories of service to our country, the impact on the lives of those around them, the kindness they shared along the way. 
The Veteran’s Honor Park, 'The Stories Behind the Bricks', project is designed to collect and share those stories. Through these stories of the brave men and women who wore our country’s uniform, the history of our nation is told and we ensure they will never be forgotten. If you would like to share your story, please contact us 
To submit a story or if you have questions, please contact  Tom Cover or Gene Rogers.
Behind the Brick Stories                                  
Tom Cover 435-669-4141

Carl Berger 435-656-1174

CJ Iacona 435-668-3201