The Veterans Wall of Honor was the vision and dream of WWII veteran Joseph Consalvo and his
daughter, Navy veteran Joanne Consalvo-Mulvaney. Their vision of a grand staircase, long walk way
now known as the Veterans Walk of Honor and Wall of Honor with laser etched battle scenes and
quotes depicting the price of freedom is becoming a reality. The Veterans Wall of Honor will pay
tribute to all military men and women who served in our Armed Forces from around the United
States where they will be honored and recognized for their service and sacrifices made in defending
this great country. Mr. Consalvo envisioned the Veterans Wall of Honor as a classroom outside the
classroom where our children can visit and have their history lessons in front of the Wall and learn the
price of freedom.
Joseph Consalvo passed away July 11, 2004 but his dream and vision live on through his daughter
Joanne, the Veterans Wall of Honor Board of Directors and Project Committee members and
Stokes Morris American Legion, Post 33 of Stockbridge GA who is Sponsoring the project.
(In photo: Chairman Jason Harper and Joanne Mulvaney with Collective Soul Bass player Will Turpin.)
Veterans Wall of Honor Board of Directors and Henry County Chairman Jason Harper attended
Collective Soul's DVD Premier in Atlanta, GA in February 2006.
Congressman Lynn Westmoreland with Veterans Wall of Honor
Board of Directors, August 2005 Fundraising event.
On June 21, 2005, Jason Harper, Chairman of the Henry County Board of Commissioners made a
proclamation that June 21st be Veterans Wall of Honor Day.