Mohawk Honor Roll Rebuild

As supporters of our communities, the men and women of the OH-KY ADC like to take on projects that hold a deeper meaning for themselves and their fellow citizens.

One of Local 18‘s community activities was helping to rebuild the Mohawk Honor Roll which contains more than 600 young men and women’s names from a single neighborhood that left their lives behind to fight for our freedom.  Room has been left to add even more names as people continue to come forward from the former Mohawk neighborhood now known as Clifton Heights.  The monument is located at the corner of Ravine and McMicken.

These pictures were sent to us by Paul Collett the project manager with this note: “Thanks to the many BAC Local 18 members/volunteers that provided all the labor to rebuild/replace the Mohawk Honor Roll.”

Please join us for the 70th Anniversary Recognition of the original 1945 Mohawk Honor Roll dedication on Veterans Day 11/11/15.

Mohawk Rebuild (a)

Mohawk Rebuild (g)

Mohawk Rebuild (f)

Mohawk Rebuild (e)

Richard Studt is pictured there in the middle along with Brian Wear business agent of Local 18 in the black jacket.

Richard Studt is pictured there in the middle along with Brian Wear business agent of Local 18 in the black jacket.

Brian Wear (Local 18 Business Agent), Secretary-Treasurer Fred Hubbard and Steve Gregg (Vice-President Local 18).

Brian Wear (Local 18 Business Agent), Secretary-Treasurer Fred Hubbard and Steve Gregg (Vice-President Local 18).

Mohawk Rebuild (b)

     

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