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The EC-47 Memorial Plaza 8x8 Paver w/inscriptions/

These photos of actual engraved bronze plates were taken in an outside "studio" using the same paver with your engraved bronze plate temporarily inserted. The tint of your paver in the plaza may differ from the photo color. If your paver is not in this batch, hopefully, it will be in the next upload. The next shipment is expected soon and photos will be uploaded as soon as possible after they are received.

Pavers are displayed in numerical order identical to the plaza 8x8 paver layout diagram above. Click on the "3-dot" feature in the upper right corner of your browser screen and use Find to locate pavers by name or location number shown in the captions. For the best results, be sure the show All tab on the bottom of this thumbnail gallery is selected before starting your search.      

These photos provided by Carl "Brad" Bradley, Faith in a Flash Photography, San Angelo, Texas. 

  • Henry Schmidt - Artist's Rendering - 16-12-2019
    Architect Rendering
    Henry Schmidt, San Angelo, TX
    (Although Henry did not design the plaza layout, he is friends with the architect who did, Kevin Bruce.)
  • Pavers by color - Tom #2
    The best "true colors" of the installed pavers...Willamette (8x8 & 4x8) and Western Red (8x8). Engraved plates were photographed in a studio...not the EC-47 Memorial Plaza.
  • 001 - SSgt Joe Martin
    8x8 paver location #001
    SSgt Joe Martin
  • 002 - Alan R Parry
    8x8 paver location #002
    Alan R. Parry
  • 003 - Henry X Mioduski
    8x8 paver location #003
    Henry X. Mioduski
  • 004 - Charles W Phippin
    8x8 paver location #004
    Charles W. Phippin
  • 005 - SSgt James Trozzo
    8x8 paver location #005
    SSgt James Trozzo
  • 006 - To Our EC-47 Crews
    8x8 paver location #006
    To Our EC-47 Crews
  • 007 - Kelly R Zadakaus
    8x8 paver location #007
    Kelly R. Zadakaus
  • 008 - Pat Potter
    8x8 paver location #008
    Pat Potter
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