LT JG John P. Connors embodied the ideals, principles and valor it took to be a US Navy SEAL. With his eternal fighting spirit, unyielding courage and devotion to his teammates, John made the ultimate sacrifice in service to his country. John is forever missed but lives on in our hearts.

Please join us in making a donation to fund the installation of a bronze statue of John P. Connors to honor his Service, Sacrifice, and Legacy. Funds over and above the cost of the statue, installation, and maintenance will be donated to the John P. Connors Scholarship at Boston College High School that has supported Boston College High students for over 30 years.

The memorial fund has been granted status as a public charity under IRC Section 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service and accordingly all donations are considered tax-deductible.

Contributions are appreciated through any of the following ways:

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December 20th
34th Anniversary John P. Connors’
sacrifice for fellow Navy SEALs


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John P. Connors Memorial Fund
c/o Joseph B. Mitchell
153 Munger Hill Rd
Westfield, MA 01085-4576

Thank you for your interest in helping the John P. Connors Memorial Project!

Corporate Donor Levels

SEAL Platoon = $5,000
SEAL Team = $10,000
Naval Special Warfare Group = $25,000
Naval Special Warfare Command = $50,000
Special Operations Command = $100,000

Individual Donors Levels

Team Mate = $50
Chief’s Mess = $100
Wardroom = $250
Flag Staff = $500

Paitilla Airfield, Panama City, Panama, 1989

“Working with John as a SCUBA instructor while we were at WPI showed me what a great man he was. I was commissioned into the Air Force a year after he graduated and when I read about his loss and the story of his actions, I could only remember that smile and his care for others. This memorial will continue to share that same great character for future leaders.”