Military Hall of Honor

The Crawford AuSable School District Military Hall of Honor recognizes veterans with plaques indicating their service in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf or the present conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. A small asterisk (*) appearing next to an individual's name depicts service in a combat zone.

The Inception of the Military Hall of Honor

The Crawford AuSable Board of Education, proud of our brave and unselfish service members who went to school in Crawford County, wanted to recognize their service on behalf of the United States of America with a program entitled the Crawford AuSable School District Military Hall of Honor. The proposal was introduced by board trustee Jim Tobin to the audience at the annual Grayling High School Veterans' Day assembly on November 11, 2004.
On Memorial Day 2005, an inaugural ceremony was held in the GHS Joseph Stripe Auditorium for veterans, friends and relatives to honor those who served in the U.S.A.'s armed forces. A Military Wall of Honor was then established in the high school along the wall opposite the school cafeteria.

To Nominate a Veteran

Many veterans' names were submitted prior to the inaugural ceremony on May 30, 2005. Additional names of those who attended Grayling High School or Frederic High School and have served our country can be added at any time. To nominate a veteran, please print a nomination form from this web site or obtain one from the Crawford AuSable School District Office. 
PDF DocumentNomination Form

Please mail your form to the following address:

The Veterans' Committee

c/o Crawford AuSable School District
1135 North Old U.S. 27
Grayling, MI 49738