Oregon City memorial park immortalizes hometown hero


Construction of the 9-acre Tyrone S. Woods Memorial Park created a “permanent testimonial that Oregon City recognizes and immortalizes the bravery of its hometown heroes,” said Woods’ mother, Cheryl Croft Bennett.

The $2.6 million park is named for the 1989 Oregon City High School graduate who died in Benghazi, Libya, Sept. 12, 2012, while defending U.S. citizens on a diplomatic mission.

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