Please join us at the Hoyt Smith Center as we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the United States Military.
The service will be held at the Hoyt Smith Center on May 31,2021. The guest speaker will be Mr. Richard Bennett.
The Memorial Day Wreath will be on display on Monday, May 31, at the Veterans Memorial located beside City Hall and the crosses to recognize Hapeville’s War Fallen will be placed in the front of the Hoyt Smith Center.
Special thanks to all of the community volunteers, our guest speaker, the vocalists, the Hapeville Exchange Club and Exchangettes, the Hapeville Historical Society, and the Hapeville Service League.
Hapeville’s War Fallen
World War l
Otis Hatcock and Henry E.Fulgham
World War ll
Roy M. Ellen, Louis Bohler, Raymond Butler, Raymond Christian, Clyde Cobb, Albert Cato, Luther Carroll, Robert Crowe, William Ford, Hugh Grantham, Raymond Grantham, WIlliam F. Hansard, Houston D. Kemper, Sr., D. Mack Linkeit, Edward McCord, WIlliam H. Manley, James G. Moody, Aubrey Nichols, Dan Pace, Earl Parrish, Richard Roberts, Harold P. Rosser, Wiley Simpson, Crawford Stephens, Rodger Thames, Thomas Umphress, Jere A. Wells, Jr., Raymond Weir, James WIse, Jr.and Byron D. Yancey.
W.H. (Jimmy) Gazaway and Charles Joseph James
Robert Smith Griffith, Eric E. Gittens, Calvin Lamar Howell and Clarence E. Harper