Our first Gallery will open with its' first exhibit titled "Freedom isn't Free" the story of World War II. Ralph Barrale fought in WWII, and it was that experience that made him the Veteran that he was. We will share his and at least twelve other men and women, Veterans from St. Charles County and their stories, because we believe every Veteran has a story.
Ralph Barrale wanted to see a Veterans Museum that would honor all of those Veterans who served our country, and especially those from St. Charles County. This was but another example of Ralph Barrale’s dedication to our servicemen and women and his desire to keep their memories in the forefront of the generations of today so that our Veterans will not be forgotten. Plans are for the St.Charles County Veterans Museum to open at 410 East Elm Street in O’Fallon, Missouri in the spring of 2019. There you will find “Ralph’s Story” among others like his, who served our country, because Ralph felt
“NO ONE IS EVER GONE, AS LONG AS SOMEONE STILL HAS MEMORIES OF THEM”
and where our mission is
Inspiring, informing, and engaging the residents of St. Charles County to honor the memories of St. Charles County Veterans who served the United States of America with patriotic valor.
Every Veteran has a Story
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call/text 636-400-7698
Need to mail something? Its P.O Box 1627, O’Fallon, MO 63366.