Medal of Honor Recipients
Staff Sergeant Robert J. Pruden, (Vietnam), 75th Infantry, U.S. Army. Quang Ngai Province, Republic of Vietnam, Nov. 29, 1969 (Section M, Grave 5710).
Private First Class Richard E. Kraus, (World War II), 8th Amphibious Tractor Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps. Pelelie, Palau Islands, Oct. 5, 1944 (Section DS, Grave 61A).
Private First Class James D. LaBelle, (World War II), 27th Marines, 5th Marine Division, U.S. Marine Corps. Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands, March 8, 1945 (Section B-1, Grave 422S).
Captain Arlo Olson, (World War II), 15th Infantry, 3rd Infantry Division, U.S. Army. Crossing of the Volturno River, Italy, Aug. 31, 1944 (Section C-24, Grave 13787).
Machinist Mate First Class Oscar F. Nelson, U.S. Navy. On board the USS Bennington, July 21, 1905 (Section DS, Grave 64-N).
Captain George H. Mallon, (World War I), 132rd Infantry, 33rd Division, U.S. Army. Bois-de-Forges, France, Sept. 26, 1918 (Section DS, Grave 1-S).
Captain Richard E. Fleming, (World War II), Marine Scout-Bombing Squadron 241, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. June 4 & 5, 1942 (Memorialized in Section F-1).
First Lieutenant Richard Keith Sorenson, (World War II), U.S. Marine Corps, Namur Island, Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands, Feb. 1-2, 1944, (Section B, Grave 149-1).
Bruce P. Smith, 1941 Heisman Trophy Winner, (Section O, Grave 1474).
C. Walton Lillehei, pioneer in heart surgery, (Section 6-B, Grave 182).
Calvin C. Stoll, former player and football coach for Minnesota Gophers football team, (Section 7, Grave 1076).
George W. and Bernice M. Janos, parents of former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, (Section Y, Grave 868).
Halsey L. Hall, sportscaster, first to say "Holy Cow" during a radio broadcast, (Section L, Grave 4058).
John Mariucci, hockey coach, University of Minnesota, founder of U.S. Hockey, Member of U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, (Section R, Grave 1569).
George Emerson Leach, Mayor, Minneapolis, MN 1921-1929, (Section DS, Grave 65N).
Lyle E. Norby, former director of Ft. Smith National Cemetery, (Section DS, Grave 63-S).
William D. Napton, former director of Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, 1984-1995, (Section DS, Grave 83-S).