Atrium Village Unveils New Honor Wall Saluting Veterans

On July 2nd, in commemoration of the upcoming Independence Day, Atrium Village honored 22 former servicemember residents with a pinning ceremony and the unveiling of the community’s new Honor Wall.


The new area features the photos and service branches for each of the community’s 22 veterans spanning the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force. The nearly two-dozen men and women served during the WWII, Korea, and Vietnam-eras between the years 1941 to 1975 for a collective service time of almost a century.


Robert Evans, who served in the Air Force from 1947 to 1951, was impressed by the efforts put forth by the community to support and honor Atrium Village’s veteran population: “I think everything here is beautiful for the veterans. We should do whatever we can to honor them. So many served but didn’t come back. I’m lucky, because I’m standing here today.”


ABC Baltimore and the Baltimore Post-Examiner both featured the event. Watch coverage of the special day below.


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