The Mission is to Honor
Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial Founder, Sue Martucci and Gold Star Mom, Diane DeLuzio share with you the inspiration behind the Memorial, the loss of a Fallen Hero son and the importance of honoring all of our Fallen Heroes… in Connecticut and across the Nation.
Join us now and learn more about the Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial… Connecticut’s testament to the sacrifice of our Fallen Heroes.
From its inception as the “Constitution State” thru the Abolitionist Movement of the 19th Century and in wars of liberation ever since, the men and women of Connecticut have led our Nation. And the years since September 11, 2001, have been no exception as Connecticut’s finest and bravest have served honorably and stood in the gap for our freedom.
Sixty-five Fallen Heroes from Connecticut have now made the Supreme Sacrifice in the defense of the Nation, our liberties and the liberties of many in other lands.
And now, all of Connecticut remembers and honors them with the Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial. And you and your family can be part of honoring with us. Their names and their sacrifice must never be forgotten. That is our singular mission.
Located in Middletown, CT, the Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial will be distinguished by its unique and contemplative “living trees” design and evocative memorial sculptures. It will be a place to reflect, to learn and to honor Connecticut’s Veterans of wars past and to the Fallen Heroes of Afghanistan and Iraq, in particular.
With your help ,The Memorial will stand as a testament to them for all they have given.
Learn more about our Fallen Heroes and the unique design of the “Living Trees” Memorial; who are these men and women and why “trees” and learn about the “Gold Star” tradition and the Memorial’s location…
Join folks from Connecticut and around the Nation who want to see our Fallen Heroes honored and help us deliver on our promise to the Fallen…
The power to help us deliver on the promise to our Fallen Heroes is in your hands, right now. With a few mouse-clicks you can share their story and encourage friends & family to honor their memory…