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The Chaffee County Honor Roll was established in 1942, on the northeast corner of F and 2nd Streets in Salida, Colorado. Names of over 600 veterans were added in 1947. In 1964, the building was coated in stucco to protect the building and the names. In 2015, American Legion historian and veteran Dan Johnson, spearheaded the movement to uncover the stucco, restore the wall, and repaint the names of every Chaffee County veteran of that time. On July...