Kay Krapf, One of the guardians of the 17 original salvaged concrete blocks.
Boyscout troop visit to San's active Art Studio.
Human instinct drawn to touch the concrete.
San and founders of this project shown in Bethlehem, PA on 10 yr. anniversary of 9/11
Rich Parrish, one of the founders of this project and San in Florida on arrival day of the delivery of the first block to be sculpted.
Bethlehem, PA mounted police salute on dedication day next to 'VICTORII REBUILD'
Miss Navajo standing next to the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial, placed in Salt Lake City, Utah
Different branches of our Military have come to Honor the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial.
Marines look on as the
first block gets delivered
to San's studio in
Ft. Myers, Florida
It is important for future generations to
witness this part of our history also.
Home Depot was very instrumental in donating their materials in the making of the park that surrounds the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial.
Retired servicemen and women visit and
touch the Utah Fallan Warrior Memorial
Fort Douglas National Military Museum is
home to the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial.
Cheerleaders from Sandy, Utah.
President Ed Ray of Oregon State University with San and Kay Krapf in their Memorial Union
Hall by a smaller sculpture dedicated there.
Very poignant, touching photo.
School children gather around the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial Sculpture on the road at a stop in Utah before it arrives at its new home
at the Fort Douglas National Military Museum.
San receiving the first
block covered in the
American flag prior to
sculpting in Florida..
Cook County, Illinois Sheriff touch the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial while it sat in Daley
Plaza in Chicago, Illinois on tour to Utah.