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Veteran’s Day Honors Those Who Served – Brings Back Memories of Those Passed On


If you do have an opportunity to meet a veteran today, don’t forget to extend your hand and say, “Thank you.” It’s the least any of us can do. Read More »

Memorial Day – Memories of Celebrating With Those Passed On

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Their patriotism was inextricably linked to love of country, and to the last one I spoke to over the years, none of them were hawks who wanted conflict or sought to be in the thick of combat. They loathed war, but did love their country, so it was something they did out of a sense of duty and obligation. Read More »

Remembering Memorial Days Past

Yes, Memorial Day has changed over the years, but its spirit remains the same: to honor those fallen in the service of their country. Read More »

Remembering With a Buddy Poppy on Memorial Day

The Buddy Poppy is a powerful symbol for those who have served in the military and their families. Read More »

Pearl Harbor Is Still a Teachable Moment

How sad the day is slowly being relegated to the backburner and not as the day that changed America and the world forever. Read More »