Pflugerville Shows their Patriotism at the Patriots' Celebration


The Pflugerville Patriots' Celebration was held on Saturday, August 13, 2005 benefiting the Fallen Warrior Memorial. The Celebration was a great success. The response from the community was great. There were many wonderful auction items that had been donated, including a Henry 22 caliber rifle and a pearl necklace with matching earrings.

The evening was filled with fun and glamour as Pflugerville's finest restaurants provided the heavy hors d'oerves. The over 150 crowd mingled and bid on the wonderful silent auction items while background music was provided by Tom & Renee Kesselring and Vernagene Mott.

Memorial Sculptures Taking Shape


The Fallen Warrior Memorial is beginning to take shape. Sculptor, Cindy Burleson, is nearing completion of a major milestone in the memorial construction.

Pflugerville Downtown Association Donates $5,000


The Pflugerville Downtown Association donated $5,000 to the Fallen Warrior Memorial Project. At a brief ceremony at the memorial site in Pfluger Park, the Association presented Fallen Warrior Memorial Committee Chair Mike Marsh the check.

We would like to thank the Pflugerville Downtown Association on behalf of the citizens of Pflugerville and the Fallen Warrior Memorial Committee.

Pflugerville Lions Club Donates $5,000


The Pflugerville Lions Club donated $5,000 to the Fallen Warrior Memorial Project. At the May 23rd meeting the Lions Club Board presented Fallen Warrior Memorial Committee member Mike Marsh with a check for $5,000. Mr. Marsh thanked all the Lions club members for their support and their generosity.

Memorial Project Raises Public Awareness


The City of Pflugerville hosted the 30th Annual Deutschen Pfest on May 21st and 22nd at Pfluger Park. This pfamily event gave the Fallen Warrior Memorial Committee the perfect opportunity to raise community awareness and spread the word on the project.