Thanks to a number of great Texans and great Texas companies, the monument and the endowment to the state are fully funded.  We are currently raising funds for the dedication, in our hopes to bring Gold and Blue Star Families, Wounded Warriors and as many Global War on Terror Veterans and families to the dedication as possible. 

Our generous donors include the Houston Automobile Dealer’s Association, HEB, Elkins Foundation, Gullo Toyota, Gullo Ford, Gullo Mazda, John Eagle Honda, Gillman Acura, Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan New Car Dealers Association, Richard and Jeanne Filip (Texas Sentinels), Jim Morris Builders, Saddle River Range, John and Rebecca Wampler, the Department of Texas Veterans of Foreign Wars and numerous VFW Post and Auxiliaries, and the generous donations of individual Texans.  Special thanks to Max Morono http://mx2interests.com/ for building and maintaining our website for our Veterans and their families, at no cost, so that no funds are diverted from the monument.

An auxiliary goal of the Texas War Memorial, in addition to building “The Price of Liberty” Memorial, is to capture the faces of service members, families and the stories of the Veterans and the families that served in the Global War on Terror and Overseas Contingency Operations.  It is our intent to archive the photographs, videos and stories online as a “Living Memorial” of Texans affected by the war after September 11, 2001.  It seems only fitting that these stories and photographs be another way to honor and remember our service members and families and to inform future generations about the tremendous service and sacrifice of Texans during the Global War on Terror.  The information will build with each new entry and remain available to anyone and anytime on their computers, tablets and even cell phones.

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The Shilo Harris Story


The Taryn & Michael Davis Story


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