Never Be Forgotten

You can honor a loved one or hero - and make them part of this extraordinary Museum. Pay tribute to those who have had an impact on your life - military or non-military - through a variety of programs.

For questions, information on any of the below , or to purchase a plaque please contact our Director of Tributes at or 830-997-8600 x215

Brick Legacy

Commemorative bricks offer an opportunity to support the future of the National Museum of the Pacific War while becoming part of history.

Leave a Permanent Mark three lines can tell a story, proven in our Walk of Honor. Your brick places a lasting legacy in our Walk of Honor and helps us to remember those who have made a difference one brick at a time. Bricks are a timeless token through which ANY one person, group, unit, or ship can be honored. Bricks can be for military or non-military. The Walk of Honor celebrates and remembers everyone who has impacted someone else's life.

Program Inclusions:

  • Three lines of text
  • 20 spaces in each line( including blank spaces)
  • Symbols can be special ordered
  • Price includes brick engraving and a mailed certificate once the brick has been laid.

Additional Options:

  • For a donation of $30, you can have a framed picture of the brick mailed along with the certificate
  • For a donation of $50, you can lay the brick yourself and have a dedication ceremony at the Museum's Walk of Honor
  • For a donation of $75, you will receive both the framed photo and the brick-laying ceremony
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Plaque of the Quarter

Two families intertwined by the love of the Honorable Marge Ten Eyck Brown and Sgt. Lenny D. Fetterman who served in Vietnam. Coming from military families, both Marge and Lenny felt it was important to honor all branches of military and those who served. Lenny’s dad and Marge’s siblings were all in WWII with a range of different rolls and experiences. Luther Ray Fetterman was in the Army and served in the Pacific Theater. James “Jimmy” Arnold Ten Eyck was also in the Army but tragically, he was killed in action in Europe and did not make it home. Eugene “Gene” Francis Ten Eyck and Robert “Bob” Harold Ten Eyck both served in the Army and were also in Europe. Lastly, John Aloysius Ten Eyck was in the Marine Corps and served stateside. Each man has a unique story, and are connected through their service to their country and the love of their family.

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Featured Brick

Toby Keith – Singer, songwriter, philanthropist, military supporter – just to name a few. The National Museum of the Pacific War was honored to create a brick for Toby and for his father, Hubert Covel, Jr., who was an Army PFC. Both of these men served our country in their own ways, one through military service and one through USO Tours, and both through their patriotism. Throughout his career, Toby Keith helped to bolster morale support American troops. We extend our thanks and gratitude to both Toby Keith and Hubert Covel, Jr. for their service.

Our family had placed a plaque on the courtyard wall of a relative. They performed a wonderful dedication service for us.

Jan Jurgens

Find a Brick or Plaque in the Memorial Courtyard