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Holiday weekend message from Linda Waggener

Linda Waggener writes:
Scrolling through the Veterans' names and missing so many - especially two close Veterans I admired so much, my dad Earl Reid Marcum and brother in law L.G. Peanut McKinley. I found the link to the essay by Dakota Meyer, Action, not words for Memorial Day 2012 and was filled with pride again for his work fighting for honor of all Veterans, and for remembrance of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for USA freedom. If Dad and Peanut were here, they'd be saying, "you tell 'em, Dakota! Keep writing, keep speaking out for Veterans!" Remembering and honoring my special Veterans and all who served. -Linda Waggener
Memorial Day weekend is a good time to make sure all of your relatives are properly listed on our
Adair County Kentucky Veterans Page. Be sure to send us any updates or corrections using our contact form.



This story was posted on 2012-05-26 07:42:12
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