The mission of Quilts of Honor is to bestow a universal symbol and token of thanks, solace, and remembrance to those who serve in harm's way to protect and defend our lives and freedoms. Quilts of Honor are made by the loving hands of countless volunteers who wish to thank those who have served and to honor their service and sacrifice.

Our Quilt Guild participates by creating quilts and awarding them to veterans in our local community. If you would like to nominate a service member or veteran to receive a Quilt of Honor, please complete the Nomination Form and follow the instructions on the form to return it.

The following veterans have been awarded a Quilt of Valor or a Quilt of Honor by our members: To view the veterans that have received Quilts of Valor, click here.

 


Dean H. Army Air Force, 1953-1963 Korean Conflict


Fred B., U.S. Army, 1945-1947, World War II (Quilt by Marcia Richards)

Jim S., U.S. Army Air Corps, 1945-1948 World War II (Quilt by Sue Martin)

Richard H., U.S. Army, 1968-1976, Vietnam War (Quilt by Evelyn Fraser)


Jason G., U.S. Marine Corps,  2000-2004 Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom (Quilt by Kathy Sansone)


Janis G., U.S. Navy,  2001-2008 Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom (Quilt by Marta McNaughton)