Important Phone Numbers

All General Inquiries including
  • Change of Address for Compensation or Pension
  • Notification of Death
  • Real Estate Tax Abatement from VA
    1-800-827-1000
Headstone and Markers

1-800-697-6947

VFW Post #1046,

283 N. Quincy Street
Brockton, MA
508-588-9756

American Legion Post #35

War Memorial Building
156 West Elm Street
Brockton, MA 02301
508-583-6044
Post #35 meets the second Thursday of each month at 2:30 p.m..

D.A.V. Chapter #76

Building #22, VA Hospital
940 Belmont Street
Brockton, MA 02301
D.A.V. Chapter meets the fourth Saturday of each month at 1 p.m.

Vet Center (Counseling and Referral Services for Veterans and their families)

1041-L Pearl Street
Brockton, MA
508-580-2730

Legal Services for Veterans

257 Union Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
1-800-244-9023

Legion Parkway Veterans monument

Brockton War Memorials

Parks and Squares
  • Korean-Vietnam Memorial Park, Centre and Main streets
  • Roderick Park, Union and Main streets
  • Timothy Holster Park, West Chestnut Street
  • Danny Goodwin Park, Centre Street at East Middle School
  • Italian American Park (Louis Tatantino), Otis Street
  • Triangle – Charles Allue Davis, Howard and Spark streets
  • Tomaselli Square, Summer and Grove streets
  • Frank Capozzi Square, Wendall Avenue and Lyman Street
  • S/Sg Edmund Perrault Square, Quincy and Centre streets
  • Robert Francis Pierce Square, Oak and Battles streets
  • Disabled American Veterans Square, Forest Avenute and West Street
  • George Howard (GAR Post 13) Square, Warren and Forest avenues
  • Bernard Hard Square, Court and Cary streets
  • Harlan Circle named for Harlan W. Sanford killed 2/21/45
Bridges and Buildings
  • Bridge - Spanish American War Veterans, Torrey Street and Route 24
  • Bridge - Arthur J. Sheehan Memorial, Belmont Street at Route 24
  • VFW Bridge, Route 27 cutoff and Route 24
  • American Legion (Brockton Post # 35) Memorial Bridge, West Chestnut Street and Route 24
  • War Memorial Building, 156 West Elm Street
  • WWII Armory for Corporal Gordon M. Craig - Korean War, West Chestnut Street
  • Roll of Honor, WWII Veterans (Leyden Park) Flag Pole, Gilmore School - Clinton Street
Monuments and Stones
  • Stone for Orleans William Barton, WWI, Commercial and School streets
  • Sign Louis A. Minsk, Crescent St. at Cosgrove Pool entrance
  • Stone Bertocci Memorial, Crescent Street at Salisbury Park
  • General Pulaski Square and Boulder, Howard & N. Montello streets
  • Ward 2 Stone, Brooks Street at Edgar Field
  • VFW Stone, VFW Parkway and City Hall Plaza
  • GAR Stone, VFW Parkway and City Hall Plaza
  • Italian American Veterans Boulder, Oak Street (median)
  • Monument to Honor All Veterans, Legion Parkway and Warren Avenue
  • Monument erected in memory of the soldiers and sailors from N. Bridgewater, Bold Defenders of the Union, North Main Street before Spring Street
  • 1861-1865-Perkins Park Plaques, City Hall (45 School Street)
  • WWI Boulder, Coweeset Cemetery, Pearl Street
Brockton War Memorial Building, 156 W Elm St, Brockton, Massachusetts

ABOVE: The Brockton War Memorial Building was built in 1930, dedicated to "the men and women who served our country in time of war." It continues to be the most visible and classic tribute to the sacrifice of our veterans.

For many years the Brockton War Memorial Building has served as a meeting place for community veteran organizations and services, as well as the home of the Brockton Symphony Orchestra.

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