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Danby - Mt. Tabor Veterans Memorial

The veterans of the two communities of Danby and Mt. Tabor are remembered via the Veteran's Memorial located at the junction of

Mt. Tabor Avenue and South Main Street, overlooking Mill Brook in the heart of Danby's Historic Village Center. The memorial was envisioned and designed by former resident Richard Carter, a member of Danby-Mt. Tabor NOW, which built the memorial over a period of several years

with the generous help and support of many community members and businesses.


      The initial step was to remove and repurpose the Historic Register post & beam house that once housed the local telephone switchboard. Vermont Quarries Corporation donated the marble and the memorial was dedicated on October 16, 2016. 


2023 MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE AT DANBY-MT TABOR VETERAN'S MEMORIAL: Saturday May 27th at 11am  (rain date: Sunday, May 28th at 1pm)

Read a newspaper article about the memorial: 13 Nov 2018, B8 - Rutland Daily Herald at Rutland Herald (

Access lists of all the veterans memorialized on the monument, by time period:


The American Revolution

War of 1812

The American Civil War

World War I

World War II

Korean War

Vietnam War


The property was deeded to the Town of Danby in November 2022 to be kept as a memorial in perpetuity. The town sponsors events each year for Memorial Day and Veterans Day. If you are interested in purchasing a plaque to honor a veteran, in being part of one of the annual celebrations, or to volunteer in some other way please contact Dan Garceau, the memorial overseer: 802-293-5895.

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