2022 Walk of Honor for Our Veterans Planning Committee
Renee Baptiste, Conhagen Ella Marie Kallios, PTS Advance
Allen Kew, PTS Advance Dennis Giacovelli, Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley
Steve Kirby Aimee Henry, Phillips 66
Derrick Henry, Phillips 66 Veterans Network Leticia Holbert, NuStar Energy
Antoinette Pallotta, Phillips 66 John Reese, Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley
Barbara Schneider Michael Slattengren, Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley
Adrienne Ursino, Phillips 66 Sylvia Villa-Serrano, Bay Front Chamber of Commerce
Ron Wilson, Crockett Community Services District Jerry Yahiro, Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley
Honoring the Men and Women
who Served Our Nation
The Phillips 66 Refinery and Carbon Plant invite you to join with us in honoring and celebrating the service of our military veterans. The "Walk of Honor" will be a short walk across the Alfred Zampa Memorial Bridge and back. Last year’s event was held virtually because of the global coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, we still raised $16,000 from the event, and Phillips 66 contributed $10,000 to the Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley and $10,000 to the Crockett Community Services District. In the last twelve years we have raised in excess of $447,000. We are working hard to surpass previous years fundraising and attendance milestones, and with your help we are sure to succeed! We promise you a fun, exciting and fulfilling day honoring the men and women who have valiantly served our nation.
Schedule of Events
8:30 – 9:30 am - Check in at the Crockett Community Center, 850 Pomona Street, Crockett. Transportation will be provided to and from the bridge.
10:00 am - “Walk” begins.
11:45 am - Luncheon Ceremony.
Following the “Walk” all registered participants are invited to join us for a luncheon ceremony. There will also be music by the John Swett High School Band and a raffle.
The VNVDV is dedicated to present and former members of the Armed Forces of the United States, through the support of local community activities, which recognize the contributions and sacrifices of Veterans. The CCSD is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Crockett Veterans Memorial Building.
For questions, contact Aimee Henry,
Phillips 66 Community Relations Director