Fallen Soldier Memorial Statue
About Our Organization

The Timothy J. Seamans Memorial Foundation is based in the beautiful city of Jacksonville, Florida and
was founded by the family of Jacksonville fallen soldier, Timothy J. Seamans, in August 2006. The purpose
and mission of this foundation is to create, establish, and help maintain the Fallen Soldier Monument at
each hometown high school of a Florida graduates who have lost their lives defending the United States of
America in our war against terrorism. The Timothy J. Seamans Memorial Foundation, (Doing Business as
Florida Fallen Heroes) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit exempt organization, registered (# CH34311) with the Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Contributions are deductible from federal income as charitable donations under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Bequests, devises, transfers and gifts made in accordance with section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Code are also tax deductible.

A COPY OF THIS OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED
FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE.
REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE
STATE. The toll-free number of the Department is 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352) – calling from within the
State of Florida, or (850) 488-2221 – calling from outside Florida.






Contact Us
Timothy J. Seamans Memorial Foundation
dba Florida Fallen Heroes
P.O.Box 11293
Jacksonville, Florida 32239-1293

Help Us Grow

If you and your family has lost a hero in the war on terrorism or in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and would like to receive more information about possibly having a statue erected in front of your son or daughter's hometown high school please call (904) 535-0747.

On Friday, September 28, 2007, 7 PM our 1st Florida Fallen Heroes Monument was dedicated and commemorated at Terry Parker High School, Jacksonville, FL. In attendance were over 200 guest and visitors, among those in attendance were the American Legion Riders from Post 283 and 316; Beaches Honor Guard who rendered honors with 21 gun salute and taps; our Master of Ceremonies Mr. Dan McCarty, Director of Veterans Services, City of Jacksonville; and five fallen families from the Jacksonville area. The monument is approximately 5 1/2 feet tall with a red brick (symbolizing the bloodshed) walkway containing the names of fifteen (15) fallen heroes, 13 Vietnam Veterans and two Operation Iraqi Freedom Veterans, along with three upgraded red bricks honoring those still serving and as a reminder more names could be added. The service was approximately 1 hour with refreshments provided the Navy Wives Club Dixie 300. At the conclusion we were interviewed by Channel 4 and Ms. Jennifer Robinson of the University of Florida newspaper who has been interviewing fallen families throughout Florida for her senior theses.