STREET MEMORIAL PROGRAM




For those who never returned

Charlie Alonge is an active member of Rolling Thunder NY Chapter 3. Charlie began the street memorial campaign four years ago for a friend killed in Vietnam. He has made it his mission to never forget our fallen heros.

"It’s a way of keeping their names alive. It’s something for the mothers. That’s what it’s all about," said Charles Alonge.

Alonge designed the sign, which features the Purple Heart at the top. It was approved by the Department of Transportation and other chapters of Rolling Thunder have since adopted the project. At 100 chapters strong nationwide, Rolling Thunder has come together to honor soldiers killed while in service to our country to ensure that their names, stories and sacrifices are remembered.

"It just kept growing and growing," said Alonge. "What started as a tribute to a friend of mine has become a national campaign. By erecting these signs, they will never be forgotten."





The sign is being provided at no cost to the town and will be put up in addition to the street by the Highway Department. The memorial does not change the name of the street.

Click on the Street Memorial Packet to open documents you need for a Rolling Thunder Street Memorial. Please feel free to save or print these documents. If you have any comments or questions regarding the documents, please email Charlie at Charlie.Alonge@gmail.com



STREET MEMORIALS
 
1st LT Louis Allen
LCDR Nicholas G Brooks
Capt Robert G Bull II
Sgt Jonathan Cadavero
Specialist Doron Chan
PFC Douglas Cordo
ET2 Christoper W DeAngelis
1st LT Mark H Dooley
Sgt Shawn Farrell II
Cpl Michael K Oremus
LCPL William J Partington
Cpl Joseph S Tremblay
Cpl Steve Vahaviolos
Sgt Kenneth von Ronn
Sgt Eugene Williams




 
LCPL William J Partington
Western Avenue
Marlboro, NY

Quang Nam, Vietnam
3/2/1970

 
Capt Robert G Bull II
Bloom Street
Marlboro, NY

Long Khanh, Vietnam
8/26/1968



 
Sgt Eugene Williams
Grand Street
Highland, NY

Najaf, Iraq
3/29/2003

 
Cpl Michael K Oremus
Haviland Street
Highland, NY

Baghdad, Iraq
10/2/2006

 
Specialist Doron Chan
Milton Avenue
Highland, NY

Balad, Iraq
3/18/2004

 
1st LT Mark H Dooley
Putura Road
Modena, NY

Ar Ramadi, Iraq
9/19/2005

 
Cpl Steve Vahaviolos
Eleanor Place
Airmont, NY

Al Anbar, Iraq
5/11/2006

 
Sgt Jonathan Cadavero
Clinton Road
Tuxedo, NY

Baghdad, Iraq
2/27/2007

 
ET2 Christoper W DeAngelis
Neelytown Road
Campbell Hall, NY

USS Stark incident
5/17/1987

 
1st LT Louis Allen
Price Road
Chester, NY

Tikrit, Iraq
6/8/2005

 
Sgt Kenneth von Ronn
Center Street
Pine Bush, NY

Baghdad, Iraq
1/6/2005

 
Sgt Shawn Farrell II
County Route 12
Accord, NY

Nejrab District, Kapisa Province
Afghanistan
4/28/2014

 
Cpl Joseph S Tremblay
Cpl Tremblay Way
New Windsor, NY

Hit, Iraq
Operation Iraqi Freedom
4/27/2005

 
LCDR Nicholas G Brooks
Newburgh, NY

Khammouane Province
Laos
1/2/1970

 
PFC Douglas Cordo
Kingston, NY

Zabul
Afghanistan
8/19/2011



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