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We take great pride in honoring the veterans buried at Greenwood Cemetery. After all, they are our grandpas, dads, uncles, brothers, moms or sisters. We remember them with flags in the summer and with wreaths in the winter, and many other times throughout the year. 

 As of June 2024, the count of veterans here was


3 Mexican-American War  /  206 Civil War

24 Spanish-American  /  296 World War I    

711 World War II  /  217 Korean Conflict 

147 Vietnam  /  Gulf Wars  /  142 Peace Time

Sunset at Toll Park

Toll Park

This park with lake views was established to honor veterans who do not have a marker or who are buried at Greenwood in an unknown location. Their names are inscribed on the tablets of this memorial.

GAR Park cannon

G.A.R. Park

G.A.R. Park was established by Greenwood Cemetery and the WRC (Woman’s Relief Corp) to honor Civil War veterans. The WRC presented the memorial in this park on May 30, 1889.


Veterans Honor Garden

Our newest memorial park is dedicated to those veterans who have suffered and continue to suffer from PTSD and thoughts of suicide. The Petoskey High School baseball team purchased the flagpole.


American Legion Park

Established for memorials to be placed for WWII soldiers who were killed overseas but their bodies were never brought home. This park was funded by a joint effort between the American Legion and Greenwood. 

GAR Lots

G.A.R. Lots

The G.A.R. purchased various lots around the cemetery to inter the bodies of Civil War veterans who had no family in the area. This is one of those lots. 

Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America

On the third Saturday of December each year (since 2013) Greenwood hosts Wreaths Across America. For more information on this year's event, watch our social media channels and sign up for our quarterly newsletter.

Greenwood Veteran Parks

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