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HOUSE OF HEROES WALL OF HONOR

Honor Your Loved One and Support House of Heroes

House of Heroes honors Veterans that we serve at each project with a ceremony and flag tribute.

We feel all Veterans and Public Service Veterans (police and firemen) should be honored for their dedicated service.

You can honor a friend, a loved one, or special family member for their service by making a donation to the HOH Wall of Honor. You can choose a level of giving and see your deserving veteran honored on this very special page. 

All military veterans current active duty or retired (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Guard

are eligible as well as any Public Service Veteran (Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement).

A Veteran is a person who has had long experience in a particular field.

 

Instructions

Option 1: Please select your level below and donate the amount associated with that level.

After you have donated then please completed the form below.

Option 2: Fill out the form below and click submit, it will direct you to the donate page

once the form below is completed.

Gold level:

Name and Rank

Branch of Service or Department

Picture (military or dress uniform optional)

100 words or less of why this veteran is being

honored or about their service to our country.

Donation: $100

Silver level:

Name and Rank

Branch of Service or Department

Picture (military or dress uniform optional)

Donation:$75

Bronze level

Name and Rank

Branch of Service or Department

Donation: $50

Donation contributions may be made to:

House of Heroes Connecticut

3342 Whitney Avenue

Hamden, Connecticut 06518

Please fill out the form below or email info@houseofheroesct.org and include info required.

House of Heroes Connecticut Wall of Honor

Gold Level

John L. Hoar

Brigadier General

United States Air Force

Gen. John L Hoar served our country with honor during WWII, the Korean War, and finally the State of CT being the Commander in Chief of the CT Air National Guard at Bradley Airport. Thank you, Dad, for your service to our nation. Love from your family.

Stanley Anthony Buden

Private First Class

US ARMY

My father was a Greatest Generation veteran, proud of his service in the Army during World War II. A native of New Britain, CT. He served primarily in the South Pacific and at one point, ironically, was stationed on New Britain Island. He always felt fortunate not to have been on the "front lines," instead staying back and serving as a cook for the troops at various bases. Thank you, Dad, for your service and inspiring your children to be proud Americans.

Bernard Swillinger

Sergeant

US Air Force

Bernard joined the Air Force during the height of the Vietnam War with the intent of making it his career. He wanted to follow in his father’s (who was a Chief Master Sargent) footsteps. Bernard served for 4 years, but illness sidelined his plans to continue. He was proud to have served. He went on to work at Sikorsky Aircraft where he became an Aircraft Electrician.

First and Last Name

Rank

Branch of Service

100 words or less of why

this veteran is being

honored or about their service to our country.

Silver Level

Roland Stahl

E5

US ARMY

Robert Cavanuagh

P1

US ARMY

First and Last Name

Rank

Branch of Service

First and Last Name

Rank

Branch of Service

Bronze Level

Michael V. Santello Sr.

SP4

US ARMY

Peter Amadeo

Private

US Air Force

First and Last Name

Rank

Branch of Service

First and Last Name

Rank

Branch of Service

House of Heroes Connecticut is proud to recognize the following individuals in whose honor contributions have been made in support of our mission. (This list is updated periodically. If you have made a honor contribution to HOHCT and that one’s name is not listed, please let us know at carol@houseofheroesct.org.