Honoring Our Veterans

Gratitude and Respect for their Sacrifice and Dedication


Senator Dinniman (right) with Medal of Honor Recipients Major General James E. Livingston (left) and Colonel Walter Marm (center) at the founding of the Friends of the Medal of Honor Grove organization.

“The men and women of our armed forces exemplify the best of what Pennsylvania and America have to offer. They’ve earned our honor and respect through sacrifice and dedication. Still, we owe veterans more than a debt of gratitude, we owe them the services and support they need upon returning home.”

– Andy


  • The Southeastern Veterans’ Center in East Vincent was helped by state funds Dinniman secured to help build a new unit for veterans in need of nursing care. He also recently announced plans to work with East Vincent Township to create community park where residents could interact with veterans.
  • Senator Dinniman spearheaded the effort to save the 52-acre Medal of Honor Grove, which had fallen into disrepair and there were questions of its sale. He put out a call to volunteers, and more than 1,000 people turned out on a sunny October weekend to clean and repair the grove. Dinniman’s efforts led to the formation of a non-profit organization that continues to raise the funds needed to maintain the Grove in perpetuity. The group has also added the names of military service personnel who have received the Medal of Honor but were missing from the site’s plaques and obelisks.
  • The Medal of Honor Grove Highway became the new ceremonial name of Route 23 where it passes the grove when Gov. Corbett signed Dinniman’s highway rededication legislation last fall.
  • WATCH: General James Livingston describe Senator Dinniman’s work to preserve and protect the Medal of Honor Grove, a historic memorial to Medal of Honor recipients in Schuylkill Township.

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