Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial
Douglas and Regula Campbell, corner of Holloway Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, California.
Text from plaque: "City of West Hollywood/Holloway Park and Veterans Memorial/Dedicated November 11, 2003/Mayor Jeffrey Prang/Mayor pro tempore John Duran/Councilmember Sal Guarriello/Councilmember John Heilman/Councilmember Abbe Land/City Manger Paul Arevalo/Director of Human Services Lloyd R. Long/Facilities and landscape manager Sam C. Baxter/Project coordinators John Chase, Alison Maxwell, Kevin W. Trudeau/Architect Campbell & Campbell/Contractor Vido Samarzich, Inc./Special recognition to Veterans Memorial Steering Committee"
"The City of West Hollywood proudly rededicates Holloway Park and Veterans' Memorial on this 11th day of November 2009 as: Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial in honor of the late West Hollywood Councilmember and World War II Army veteran, who played an instrumental role in creating this site of great reflection and remembrance."
Water feature Five shields commemorating the five branches of the United States Armed Forces.
In addition, the park features a dedication plaque and poetry from work of former US Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky.
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