Keller Rotary, in celebration of Rotary International's Centennial Year of 2005, and in conjunction with the City of Keller, developed the Keller Veterans Memorial Park. The park is intended to honor Keller area residents who actively served in the armed forces. .

The Keller Rotary Club coordinated with the city to procure the site of the Keller Veterans Memorial Park at the intersection of Main Street (US 377) and Keller Parkway (FM 1709). The club obtained services of an architect to design the park and then led the effort to raise the money to get it done.

The striking design incorporates six-foot tall standing marble pillars that are engraved with the names of every man or woman they could locate who entered the armed forces while a resident of the Keller area. The beautiful park setting includes benches, parking, landscaping, and a walkway that features engrave bricks that Rotarian's sold as part of the fundraising effort. The memorial park was dedicated in the spring of 2006.

Links from the City’s Parks & Rec Website:

Memorial Overview

Memorial Pavers

List of Veterans