The Cenotaph Committee was established in 1936 "to erect a public memorial to the men of Enderby City and District who gave up their lives in the World War ".
The monument was built for $235 by Vernon Granite and Marble Co. in Okanagan Landing. It was erected on the southwest corner of the lawn in front of City Hall. Subscriptions totaling $242.15 were given by local residents and organizations.
The location of the Enderby Cenotaph is as follows...
In downtown Enderby head north from the main intersection of George Street and Cliff Avenue.
Take the first road to your right, Mill Avenue.
About a block down this road the Cenotaph is on the left side of the road.
There are six plaques on this Cenotaph, three on the south side and one on each of the other three sides.
IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE CITIZENS OF ENDERBY CITY AND DISTRICT WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN WORLD WAR I AND WORLD WAR II LEST WE FORGET
KOREA 1950 - 1953
CANADIAN MERCHANT NAVY Marine Marchande Canadienne 1914 - 18 1939 - 45 1950 - 53 THE POUR LA LIFE LINE SURVIE OF THE DU MONDE WORLD LIBRE
WORLD WAR I 1914 - 1918 ALEXANDER A. BAWTREE E. L. BOGERT V. E. MM BROWN R. DYSTART G. HALLMARK J. HATCER J.M. HUFFMAN E. B. HOLDSWORTH C. JAMIESON J. PACEY J. E. WHEELER E.
REFURBISHED & REDEDICATED BY ENDERBY LEGION BRANCH 98 1995 WITH DONATIONS FROM CITIZENS, BUSINESS & BRANCH MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY OF ENDERBY
WORLD WAR II 1939 - 1945 ANDREWS C. W. BERCEY L. BOUSFIELD W. DAVISON B. GOSNELL R. HARRISYMCHUK J. MOUBRAY W. HILL J. HILL R. McALLISTER H.C. McKAY J. SHUTE A. SMILEY R. K. WALES V. T.