Monday, May 31, 2010

Memorial Day

We cannot repay the debt we owe to those who have given their all for our freedoms. To those who served and survived we can say "thank you." If you have not thanked a service man or woman or a veteran today, do it now. Make it a policy to do it whenever you encounter such an American hero.

"Thank you" to these men and women, near and dear to me, who served or serve in the defense of our country.

Winfred J. Brown, Army Veteran, WWII
Daniel R. Bursch, Army Air Corps Vet, WWII
David L. Adams, USMC Veteran, Korea
Richard A. Prout, USAF Veteran
Robert W. Prout, USN Veteran, Viet Nam
Neil C. Stilwell, Jr., USAF Veteran
Ann E. Dunwoody, Army, active duty
Kenneth D. Lacy, USAF Veteran
Abigail Prout, USMC Veteran
David K. Lacy, Army Veteran, Iraq, reservist
Jeffery M. Teter, USN, active duty
Sheena J. Lacy, Army, active duty


Vee said...

We are flying our flag today in honor of our service men and women - those who served in the past and those who are serving now. We owe them a great debt of gratitude. How special that you have so many family members who have been in or are now in the armed forces. I know that makes you very proud.

vanilla said...

Vee, we are proud, and grateful to all honorable members of the armed forces.

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