A monument to the city's fallen servicemen will be unveiled at 10 a.m. today in Hillcrest Park in a Pearl Harbor day ceremony featuring a Marine Corps band and a Veterans of Foreign Wars color guard.
Inscribed on the monument are the names of 110 Fullerton residents who lost their lives during World War I and II and in the wars in Korea and Vietnam, said Dotti Keegan, chairwoman of the memorial committee.
The $30,000 memorial, sponsored by Fullerton Elks Lodge No. 1993, was paid for through donations from the lodge, the City of Fullerton and residents, Keegan said.
It replaces an earlier monument that had deteriorated, Keegan said. Erected in 1944, it bore the names of Fullerton's dead from both world wars, she said.