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In furtherance of its tradition of providing community service, during the last three years Ray Quinney & Nebeker helped establish and operate the Bountiful Veterans Park Foundation. The Foundation conceptualized, raised funds for and built the Bountiful Veterans Park located directly north of Bountiful City Hall.  The park will be officially dedicated on Veterans Day, November 11, 2020.

The park recognizes and honors deceased and living veterans who have served their country.  The names of thousands of veterans from cities in South Davis County are listed on the granite walls.   The park’s design, amazing memorials, and bronze statutes make it one of the most beautiful, special, and unique veterans’ parks in the country. Further information about the park may be obtained at www.bountifulveteranspark.org.

RQN attorney, Kelly J. Applegate, acts as pro bono legal counsel and serves on the foundation’s planning committee.  RQN attorney, Chris N. Nelson, and law clerk, Martha Wingate, have also provided services for the foundation. RQN is honored to have this opportunity to give back to the community and honor those upon whom our freedoms and lives have and continue to depend.