Fort Stewart, Georgia
About Warriors Walk
Warriors Walk honors soldiers assigned or attached to 3rd Infantry Division who have died in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom or Enduring Freedom. A tree and granite marker for each soldier are placed along the walkway in their memory. As of December 2014 there are 468 white-flowering Crape Myrtle trees lining the walk.
About Wreaths for Warriors Walk
Our goal at "Wreaths for Warriors Walk" is to place a live wreath on every tree to honor the sacrifice of the soldiers and their families. We hold a ceremony each year which is open to the public. The ceremony is at noon on the second Saturday of December. You can find more about us on Facebook. Just click the icon below.
Next ceremony is December 12, 2015.
Our goal at Wreaths for Warriors Walk is to place a Christmas wreath at the tree of each and every fallen soldier at the Fort Stewart Warriors Walk at a solemn event. With generous donations, selfless volunteers, and in coordination with Wreaths Across America (WAA), our vision became a reality in December 2007. Based on the overwhelming support and attendance at that event, we decided to make it an annual event. In order to insure contributors that their donations were used as intended, we incorporated in 2008.
We need your support and sponsorship to help make this yearly event successful. To find out how to sponsor a wreath or make a donation, please visit our Sponsorship page.
Wreaths for Warriors Walk, Inc is a non-profit corporation organized in the state of Georgia. We are not affiliated with the US Army, 3rd Infantry Division, or Ft. Stewart, Ga. We are supported entirely by unsolicited donations. As a non-profit, we are required to have officers, but we do not receive a salary or compensation of any kind. The board is assisted by a core group of dedicated volunteers comprised of military retirees, local veterans' organizations, service organizations, and local citizens who care deeply about soldiers, especially those soldiers associated with Fort Stewart.
The board members are:
Tony Justi, Lieutenant Colonel, US Army (Retired), (President, Co-founder)
Bruce Muncher (Co-founder)
Susan Ammons (VP Ceremonies)
Jeff Fornshell, Sergeant First Class, US Army (Retired), (VP Operations)
Connie Parks (Secretary)
Donna Dixon (Treasurer)