Bill Linderman, Executive Director of New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation, available to give education talks across New Jersey
Holmdel, NJ (September 29, 2016) — Bill Linderman’s life changed in the summer of 1965 by one knock of the door. He had been drafted into the Vietnam War. Bill spent a year with the 148th Ordnance Company in the Mekong delta of Vietnam. He came back physically unscathed, but with a brain filled with images of the conflict he had witnessed.
Now, Bill is in his sixth year as the Executive Director of the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation in Holmdel, NJ. There, he devotes his time to making sure New Jersey’s Vietnam Veterans who lost their lives during the conflict in Southeast Asia are not forgotten, but honored and remembered for their supreme sacrifice.
Bill is available to speak to schools, organizations and businesses around New Jersey and share the education and learning available at the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and Educational Center.
About The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation
The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation offers a meaningful and engaging experience that recognizes the sacrifice, courage and valor of Vietnam Veterans and encourages and fosters a thorough understanding of the Vietnam Era including the political, historical, social, cultural and military aspects, which affected the United States, and especially New Jersey.
The Foundation operates and manages the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and the adjacent Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center located at 1 Memorial Lane off Exit 116 (PNC Bank Arts Center) in Holmdel, NJ. The Memorial honors all those who served our country and state during the Vietnam War, especially the 1,563 New Jerseyans who did not return home. It is a powerful and fitting tribute to their sacrifice. The Memorial is open 24 hours, seven days a week. The Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center is the first educational center and museum of its kind in the United States. Dedicated in September 1998, the Museum is devoted solely to gaining an understanding of the conflict in Southeast Asia and the surrounding political strife in America.
For hours and directions, visit njvvmf.org.