Fort Logan National Cemetery

 

Denver, Colorado

 

Originally known as “the camp near the city of Denver”, the Fort was named after General John A. Logan in 1889. Although closed for operations in May 1946, Congress authorized used of its land as a national cemetery in 1950. With a total area of 214 acres, Fort Logan National Cemetery holds the remains of 122,000 veterans.

Our 2019 Goal

25,000+

Help us place a Flower on Every Grave

Let’s take the time to remember those who put their lives on the line so the rest of us could enjoy our freedoms as Americans.

 

Join together at Fort Logan National Cemetery to honor our heroes!

 

#MemDay2019 #BringBackTheMeaning

Help us honor all

122,000

Veterans interred at Fort Logan

A note from the local event organizer:

 

Thank you for your support in making 2019 the best Memorial Day ceremony.

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About the local event organizer:

Mikel Burroughs

Since his retirement from the the US Army and Army Reserves in 2012 after 37 years of active duty, Colonel Mikel Burroughs has held various executive positions in the financial, law, and healthcare industries, focusing his efforts on those with a military background. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Veterans for Victory Foundation, heading the Flower on Every Grave initiative at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado.

mikelb@victoryforveterans.org

Messages from Our Supporters

Thank you to all of our individual supporters for helping us to remember and honor our heros.

 

For My Brother who was KIA at the age of 23 in South Vietnam

 

Donation by Robert L. Simpson for Joseph Simpson, Army, SSG

 

Love you Grandpop Joe and keep being our guardian angle

 

Donation by Kate Oravitz Weeks for Joseph Weeks, Sr., Marine Corps

 

In Honor of Ralph Berringer, KIA

 

Donation by by Christopher Reder DTOM

 

For My Brother who was KIA at the age of 23 in South Vietnam

 

Donation by Robert L. Simpson for Joseph Simpson, Army, SSG

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Thank you to our corporate sponsors

The support of our corporate sponsors helped honor over 400,000 fallen heroes in 2018. Thank you!
There are many ways to help whether you are an individual, community organization, local business or corporation. Contact us to find the best way to help.