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I know. And I am always impressed how - I guess it is the veterans -
put flags on all of the graves of those who served. They never miss! I do
appreciated it. I go to the parade with reverence for those who died
serving their country.
When I was little I marched with the girl scouts, right past my own house
and into the cemetary where Don is buried.
I went to a Daughter's of the American Revloution luncheon meeting on
Saturday and the speaker's topic was the cemetaries around Carlisle PA -
where the Army War College is (and where I was for lunch). And she named
famous folks buried in the cermetaries and name the memorials for the Wars -
AND are we surprised? she did not mention Korean War memorial. I made a
point of talking with her afterwards and asking if one was there and she
didn't mention it or if there was none. She seemed to thing maybe there was
but did not know for sure. I shall check and if not I shall do something
>Subject: Re: Korea
>Date: Sat, 19 May 2001 00:51:23 EDT
>Dear Gernilee, Your brother is why we celebrate Memorial Day. Semper fi.
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