Vets Building Dedication

Veterans Service Building Dedicated as Kenneth J. Boyer Veterans

(Fall River, MA- 2020)- The City of Fall River, in cooperation with The Honorable Mayor Paul
Coogan, the City of Fall River Veterans’ Service Office and the Fall River War Veterans Council
is proud to announce the naming of their Veterans Service Building located at 755 Pine Street as
the Kenneth J. Boyer Veterans Building.


This building presently houses the Fall River War
Veterans Council, the William S. Greene Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 9, all of the
City’s Veterans organizations and the Bristol County Veterans Assn.


This action was requested
by the Fall River War Veterans’ Council spearheaded by Veterans Service Officer Raymond
Hague and City Councilor Linda Pereira. The official dedication of the building in his honor will
be at 12:00 noon on February 20, 2021.


The public is invited but are reminded that all attendees
must adhere to Covid 19 Massachusetts State Health Protocols. The ceremony will also be
broadcast via FRCMedia and FRGTV public access channel.

Kenneth Boyer was a Veteran of the United States Navy; a member of the Fraternity of Honor,
designating “The Chosin Few”. He was a member of the Tin Can Sailors, the Veterans of
Foreign War Post 486, the Colonial Navy of Massachusetts, Fall River War Veterans’ Council
and the American Legion post 314 and The Fall River War Veterans Council as overall
Veterans’ Chaplain. He officiated over 500 graveside and memorial services honoring the
sacrifices of Fall River’s Veterans.