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Ukiah Hometown Heroes |

Specialist Jolaney R. West

U.S. Army 3 years service, enlisting for another 3 years.  Stationed at Ft Bliss in El Paso,...

Sergeant Anthony Graham

U.S. Army 4 years service, re-enlisted.  Currently stationed in...

Lance Corporal Wesley Fox

U.S. Marine Corps 14 months service. Currently stationed in Okinawa,...

Anthony Ayala – Staff Sergeant

Anthony Ayala always knew he wanted to join the Armed Forces. Shortly after graduating from Ukiah High School he enlisted in the United States Army, and was soon deployed to the Middle East. Once there he served in Iraq and Kuwait. In total, he served four and a half...

David John Moody

He served from 1989-1999 in the Army as a Wheel Vehicle Mechanic and a Recovery Special. Also received school for AGT 1500 turbine M1 Abrams repair, Hazardous Material Transportation course and Combat Lifesaver course. Served from 1999-2004 in the Army National...

Private First Class Dalton A. Young

I enlisted in the Army in May of 2017 as a 19D (Calvary Scout). I attended Basic Combat Training and Job training at Fort Benning, Georgia. I attended Airborne school at Fort Benning, Georgia where I learned how to become a Paratrooper. That would have to be my most...

Specialist Jordyn N. Bartley

I was a part of Ukiah High School's graduating class of 2016. I am currently stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, TX as a 25U(Signal Support Systems Specialist). I started my journey in August of 2016 where I attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South...

Private First Class Jordan E. Totten

I am a graduate of Ukiah High School class of 2016. I enlisted in the Army in July of 2016 as a 35N (Signals Intelligence Analyst). I attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and attended job training in Goodfellow Airforce Base, Texas. I am...

Private Second Class Clayton A Murry

I enlisted in the Army in August of 2017 as a 15P (Aviation Operations Specialist). I graduated from Ukiah High School class of 2017. I joined the Army because everyone I knew was going to the Mendocino Junior College and I knew I wanted to do something different. I...

Captain David B. Rodriguez

Captain David B. Rodriguez, United States Navy, distinguished himself by exceptionally meritorious service as Director of the Office of Religious Affairs, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa from 4/2017 to 5/2018. He was responsible for Key Leader Engagements...

The Ukiah Hometown Heroes Program is a living tribute created for the community to recognize and honor Ukiah residents and their family members who are serving, or are veterans who have served, our country in the United States Armed Force.

About the Program

The Ukiah Hometown Heroes Program is a living tribute created for the community to recognize and honor Ukiah residents and their family members who are serving, or are veterans who have served, our country in the United States Armed Forces. Each banner will be in honor of a specific Ukiah service person and will include their name, branch of service and a photo. Banners will be displayed utilizing the City of Ukiah banner program on street lamps in Downtown Ukiah from September 11th – November 11th to both celebrate and remind the community of their dedication to our country. This program is funded and administered in partnership with the Ukiah Police Department, City of Ukiah Community Services Department and local business sponsors and individuals. The heroes will have their photo and biography on our website www.ukiahhometownheroes.org and recognition on our social media platforms.

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