Titusville Flag & Memorial Committee
- 11 a.m.
- 3rd Tuesday of the month
- American Space Museum Conference Room, 308 Pine Street, Titusville, FL 32796
Length of Term: Unexpired Terms
Flag & Memorial Committee Membership
- Al Therriault, Chairman
(Knights of Columbus and Civil Air Patrol)
- Carol Pedersen, Vice Chairwoman
(Pilot Club of Titusville/Betsy Ross)
- Karan Conklin (American Space Museum)
- Carrie Fuller (American Legion Unit Number 1 Auxiliary)
- Nancy Lister (Daughters of the American Revolution)
- Tommy Northcutt ( American Legion Post Number 1)
- Tom Patton (Disabled American Veterans 109)
- Barbara Rathborne ( Valiant Air Command)
- Bob Swink (Elk’s Lodge Number 2113)
The Titusville Flag and Memorial Committee is comprised of civic, fraternal, and veteran organizations within our community. The members are responsible for fundraising activities to support the "Avenue of Flags" on U. S Highway One and for the annual Astronaut Memorial Ceremony and Flag Day Ceremony.
Flag & Memorial Committee Mission Statement
To keep the American Flags flying on the Avenue of Flags, to promote patriotism, and to sponsor City patriotic events.
The Committee is comprised of representatives from veteran, fraternal, and civic organizations who share the same patriotic values. The Committee sponsors the annual Astronaut Memorial Ceremony and the Flag Day Ceremony on June 14 and supports the Veterans Memorial Ceremony and Memorial Day Ceremony, and other patriotic events sponsored by local groups and organizations.
Avenue of Flags
The Avenue of Flags is supported solely through community donations and fundraising activities. The money is used to keep the American Flags flying on U.S. Highway One from State Road 50 to Parrish Medical Center.
Make a Contribution
If you would like to make a contribution to the Avenue of Flags, please contact Gail Gilchrist at 321-567-3846 or mail to the:
Flag and Memorial Committee
Attn.: Avenue of Flags
Post Office Box 2806
Titusville, FL 32781-2806
Veteran’s Park Memorial Bricks
The Veteran’s Park Memorial Brick program is supported solely through community donations and memorial brick purchases. Many citizens have placed memorial bricks in honor of friends and or relatives. You too can create a lasting memorial in honor of a family member, veteran, friend, or anyone else. Please use this order form to have a brick placed in the memorial floor at Veteran’s Park.
For more information, please contact Staff Liaison Gail Gilchrist at 321-567-3846.