Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Remember the Past and Educate the Future - A dedication to memorializing and commemorating the Vietnam War, its veterans and their sacrifices for future generations.


Educational Resources

In partnership with Bellevue University, we offer educational resources to further enhance your experience around the Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial, its veterans, and related events of the Vietnam War. The resources include curriculum, workbooks, and interactive activities.


Order Memorial Tile

Tiles will be on display at the SumTur Park upon completion of the memorial. The Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial will honor Nebraskans who lost their lives in the Vietnam War. The memorial is planned to be located just south of SumTur Amphitheater in Papillion.


We are Honored to Highlight Nebraska Vietnam Veterans


Ronald L. Coker

Private First-Class
Ronald L. Coker, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam in March 1969.

Military Service: Marine Corps

Awards: Medal of Honor

Raymond J. Olsufka

Radio & Communications Services
In 1966, he joined the Army and served two years with the Radio and Communications Service.

Military Service: Army

Hometown:: Duncan, NE


This Memorial is dedicated to those who served and is a reminder of the sacrifices made.



Through education we hope to teach future generations about the Vietnam War.



We wish to celebrate those who served and who have made the ultimate sacrifice.


Support / Donate

Help support us as we honor Vietnam Veterans and the communities they call home. 


Thanks to all our Partners



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The Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation is a collective body of individuals seeking to commemorate the Vietnam War, its veterans and their sacrifices for the future generations.

The idea was conceived by Nebraska Vietnam Veterans looking for ways to memorialize sacrifices made by their comrades.

You can donate in a number of ways. During the development phase, we are looking for monetary donations, naming & sponsorship opportunities, a paver program, and bequest giving. More information on these donation opportunities can be found on our donate page.