More than 10,000 people visited the Moving Vietnam Memorial Wall that Heals that was in Warren for five days.

On Packard Park Field, the men and women who served our country by paying the ultimate price with their lives were remembered with salutes and honored with flowers placed by their names at the traveling Vietnam Memorial Healing Wall. 

Ginny Lucarell held a picture of one of those young men, her cousin, 19-year-old John Vitello. 

Lucarell said, "I have three, if not four, of my classmates from Warren G. Harding Class of 65 on the wall. Back in those days, it was somewhere just far away. It was a very dark place. I am honored to be here representing John. My husband, who was with John the night before he left for Vietnam, is here supporting me also. John was the photographer for the yearbook for Warren G. Harding High and he enjoyed playing sports and he was just a really nice, fun, young man."

Leslie Parkey retired from the Navy after 37 years serving our country.

Leslie said, "This is America. We are proud to serve and proud to honor all who served and all of the men and women who paid the ultimate price for our country."

Ken Parkey held a picture of their uncle Sergeant Julian Percy.

Ken Parkey said, "It is a great honor to remember him. He was a football star at Warren G. Harding High when he left for Vietnam and he was 18-years-old. He spent most of his career there and he died proudly serving his country. He was 21-years-old."

The names were read of the 125 veterans from Trumbull, Mahoning, and Columbiana counties who sacrificed their lives in service for our country.

The healing wall is brought to communities by the Vietnam Veterans wall memorial fund that paid for the permanent wall in Washington D.C.

Before the wall travels to its next location.

Some people make an etching of a name they hold dear to their hearts, while Military members gave loved ones or brothers they served alongside, a salute for their service and sacrifice.