Texas State Cemetery Projects & Initiatives
Since 1851, the Texas State Cemetery has witnessed many changes. The most significant being, when Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock initiated an extensive restoration project from 1994 to 1997. Another change made was the establishment of a three-member Texas State Cemetery Committee, which was appointed by Governor George W. Bush. Their goal is for the Cemetery to serve as a tribute to the many people who have made Texas famous throughout the world. In 2015 the Cemetery became a division of the State Preservation Board.
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Wreaths Across America
Remember and Honor our veterans through the laying of Remembrance wreaths on the graves of our country's fallen heroes.
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Texas State Cemetery: A Walk Through Texas History
Texas Armed Forces Memorial Flagpole
The Texas State Cemetery is proud to honor our veterans who died while in service to the United States. The Cemetery will fly a Texas Flag at half-staff in honor of the soldier or sailor who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country.
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