Other Veteran Memorials of Riley County

Here are additional veteran memorials found in Riley County.  More info will follow soon.


World War II Veterans Memorial Highway: U.S. 24

A Tour of Remembrance, A Corridor of Service.



Riley, Kansas Veterans Memorial

Includes a mural and flagpoles which were erected in 2009 by the Riley County High School Art Club.


Inscription:  Freedom Is Never Free! All Gave Some, Some Gave All.

United States Army • 14 June 1775 Navy • 13 October 1775 • Marine Corps • 10 November 1775 • Coast Guard • 4 August 1790 • Air Force • 18 September 1947


Location: 215 South Broadway Street, downtown Riley, Kansas.  In 2018, the town of Riley, Kansas will begin work on a Veterans Memorial to be erected in East Park.



Bala Cemetery Veterans Memorial

Includes a granite marker believed to have been put in place in the 1950s.


Inscription:  In Memory of All Veterans.


Location:  5.5 miles west of Riley, Kansas, just off of U.S. Highway 77, to the northeast at the end of 7600 Rd N.



Leonardville Cemetery Veterans Memorial

White marble and concrete monument.


Inscription:  Dedicated to the Memory of All U.S. Service Veterans, November 11, 2007.  Memorial Given in Memory of Orenne Blaske and Pauline Doza and a Donation From The Leonardville American Legion Auxiliary Memorial Unit #40.


Location:  One mile north of Leonardville, Kansas, NW corner of Erpelding and 11600 Road N.



Ogden Veterans Memorial

Memorial made of cut stone with an inscription to the left of a cast brick depiction of an American Eagle.


Inscription:  This memorial is for the ~ men and women who have ~ served this country in ~ times of peace and war ~ May we never forget the ~ struggles endured before ~ our time.  Honor our ~ dead and living in ~ gratitude.


Location:  Ogden City Park, Ogden, Kansas.




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