Monuments and Memorials


The old Deer Park Honor Roll which stood at the north end of the Deer Park School (now the school district administration offices), circa 1945. The Honor Roll displayed the names of local servicemen and women during World War II.


Monument Description


Memorial to those who perished in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Located on the intersection of Half Hollow Road and Deer Park Avenue.


In Loving Remembrance of the Young Men Who Gave Their Lives and Served in Korea and Viet Nam. This Community Unites in Expressing its Loss and Gratitude. May Our Land Rest From War and May Peace Extend Like a River. April 30, 1972.

Plaque dedicating the building to all veterans. Located at the Edward K. Peisker VFW Post #5348, 588 Long Island Avenue, Deer Park.


Deer Park Post No. 5348 

This Veterans Memorial Building Dedicated to All Who Served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice Will Never Be Forgotten May 29, 1972 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States

Honor Roll plaque set in a boulder, honoring World War II Veterans from Deer Park. Located at the Deer Park School Administration Building, 1881 Deer Park Avenue.


Deer Park Honor Roll World War II 1941-1945