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The Village of Romeoville is offering a unique opportunity for residents to honor a current or former community member through the Commemoration Program. The program is utilized as a way to recognize individuals that have made a significant contribution or impact on the community.
The nominator should complete and submit the form. The Committee will then make a recommendation to the Village Board. Each application must meet the criteria as set forth, although meeting all criteria does not ensure naming rights. The Committee has the right to deny any application for any reason at any time or waive requirements as set forth. Applications with names or nick names that endorse or advocate religion or specific religious beliefs, have obscene connotations, or demean or attempt to intimidate any group based on the group’s race, ethnicity, age, gender, disability, or sexual orientation will be denied.
To qualify, the honoree must have lost their life while on duty and lived in Romeoville during their time of service. The Village has the right to verify the information provided.
The completed form will be reviewed to determine if all criteria has been met. If all criteria has been met, the honoree's application will be forwarded to the Commemorative Program Committee which consists of an elected official, the Village Manager, a Village of Romeoville employee, a non-profit representative and a Romeoville resident.
If honoree is selected, the Committee will inform the nominator and the honoree via letter.
The Fallen Heroes Memorial is a section of the Edward “Doc” McCartan Veterans Memorial that honors the men and women who have served in one of the five branches of the armed forces and who made the ultimate sacrifice defending the freedoms of all Americans.
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