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Monday, November 11, 2013

GIVE US A NAME

Question Of The Week 11-11-13

WHAT IS THE FIRST NAME OF MILITARY VETERANS YOU WOULD LIKE REMEMBERED?

Put his or her first names in the comment section and I will add them to this blog page as a way of saying thanks for their service.

"A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to 'The United States of America' for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'  " ~ unknown

HONOR WALL
                                                     Ronald L.                                                   
                                                     James M.                                                  
                                                  Henry G.                                               
Martin M,
Mike L.
Paul V.
Juliette V.
Frank C.
Frank C. Jr.
David R.
Ralph C.
John L.
Douglas M.
Yancey M.
Buck J. 
Fred C. 
Joe K.
Jason B.
Leonard E. 
Alan B.
Mike
Alex
Joseph
Larry H.
Dale K.  
Walter C. WW1
Bill C. WW2 Korea
Michael C. Vietnam
Randy M. Vietnam
George B. WW2 Korea
Matthew M. Iraq
Gene O. Vietnam
Jeff C. Vietnam
Robert L. Vietnam
Tom K. Vietnam
Percy T.
Peter T.
Bill F.
Darcy W.
Frank S.
Jack H.
Dale B.
John N.
Paul W.
Robert C.
Jason M.
Gerald C. Vietnam
Darrel C. WW2
Averill C. WW2
Bill K. WW2 

William B 1813
Matthew G 1829
William M 1839
John N 1861
John Joseph Patrick D 1863
Andrew D
James D
Isaac John Joseph T
John T
Charles T
Alice T
James S
David H
Robert H

Wayne Tillitson. of Hopewell Junction Of Dutchess County NY
John Bear Of Albany NY.
 Joseph C.
 Waring H.
Buzz H.
Mary M.
Cody O.

Elwood C.
Don S.
Pat M.
Wayne M. 

 Rick
Kristie
Robbie
Cody

Bill H.
Glenn D 
Jack B.

THANKS TO EACH LISTED HERE AND 
ALL OUR VETERANS THIS DAY 
AND EVERY DAY!!!!

28 comments:

  1. Douglas M.
    Yancey M.
    Buck J.

    Thanks for doing that!

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  2. Lynn
    Happy to add your names. You can see I started with a few. It just feels good to name them as we thank them for their service.

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  3. It's Remembrance Day here in Canada too. Here's to my grandfather, Fred C. Xo

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  4. heartinhand
    Of course ALL veterans. Adding your grandfather Fred C. God Bless our Canadian friends.

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  5. Joe K.
    Jason B.
    Leonard E.

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  6. Tabor
    I am glad to add Joe, Jason and Leonard. You made me remember a Leonard in my family so I'm going to think of mine when I add yours.

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  7. Mike
    Alex
    Joseph

    And thank-you for doing this.

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  8. How wonderful. Please add Larry H. and Dale K.

    P.S. I emailed you last week. I hope you received it. Thank you again!!!

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  9. Walter C. WW1
    Bill C. WW2 Korea
    Michael C. Vietnam
    Randy M. Vietnam
    George B. WW2 Korea
    Matthew M. Iraq
    Gene O. Vietnam
    Jeff C. Vietnam
    Robert L. Vietnam
    Tom K. Vietnam

    I was born in Fort Campbell, what can I say?

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  10. gigihawaii
    Thanks for adding Alan's name.

    Olga
    Typing the names is like lighting a candle isn't it.

    Rae
    Glad you added to the list. Oh yes I got your email and thought I responded. So happy you liked the book and so eager for you to feel like blogging again.

    Lisa (aka Mollie's mom)
    Sounds like you were a military brat:)

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  11. Percy T.
    Peter T.
    Bill F.
    Darcy W.
    Frank S.

    A lovely idea, Annie. Thank you.

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  12. thank you Annie..

    Jack H.
    Dale B.
    John N.
    Paul W.
    Robert C.
    Jason M.

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  13. Gerald C. Vietnam
    Darrel C. WW2
    Averill C. WW2
    Bill K. WW2

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  14. How far back Annie?
    William B 1813
    Matthew G 1829
    William M 1839
    John N 1861
    John Joseph Patrick D 1863
    Andrew D
    James D
    Isaac John Joseph T
    John T
    Charles T
    Alice T
    James S
    David H
    Robert H

    Thats just a few - another 'brat' here - military family through and through!
    Cathy

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  15. Wayne Tillitson. of Hopewell Junction Of Dutchess County NY

    John Bear Of Albany NY.

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  16. Thanks for doing this.
    I know Wayne lost so much in his life when he was away that he used to say that he was sorry for coming home alive.

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  17. My great uncle who died when he was only 22: Joseph C.

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  18. Talon
    Happy you could use my blog to remember your beloved veteran's today.

    Sonny
    Isn't it nice to pause a moment to pay tribute to these brave ones?

    kenju
    This in indeed an important day to remember the real heroes in our lives.

    cranethie
    Cathy, go back as far as necessary to remember those brave men and women.

    Munir
    My Ron always refused to be called a hero because the heroes to him were the ones who lost their lives in battle.


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  19. Waring H.
    Buzz H.
    Mary M.
    Cody O.

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  20. What a wonderful idea! Thank you.
    Elwood C.
    Don S.
    Pat M.
    Wayne M.

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  21. Brighid
    Thanks to your special veterans.

    Aunt Betsy
    It has had a good feeling about it. Glad you added your veterans.

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  22. What a great idea.
    Rick
    Kristie
    Robbie
    Cody
    Thank you.

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  23. How sweet of you! Thanks. Bill H., Glenn D.

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  24. Chatty Crone
    Thank you Sandie for adding your loved ones.

    Riot Kitty
    Michelle you brought this special day of honor to a close at just past midnight our time:)

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  25. Pat
    Jack B. has been added. It is never too late to honor a veteran.

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  26. Oh my gosh! I have too many. I have uncles who served in the 442nd and the 100th battalion. I also have many friends who ended up in Vietnam. I'm hoping for peace so more friends and relatives don't have to go into the horrible conflict that war brings.

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