Veteran’s Day

Thanks to everyone who has served and continues to serve.

My son is still serving in the AF. I retired from the Army reserves, my sister did, my brother-in-law retired from the Army, my dad retired from the AF, my mother served in the Army, my dad’s uncle, was a prisoner of the Japanese and died in the Philippines. My dad had been a prisoner of war in Germany for 16 months. and others served in the Canadian Forces–my grandfather, a doctor. My French Great-Grandfather had been a member of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, and one of my Scottish ancestors had fought so well for the king of England, he was awarded land in Canada, one of the Playfairs. One of my German ancestors was brought over to fight the Patriots during the American Revolution, but believed in George Washington’s cause, fled to NY, and he and one of his sons served in the militia in Canada.

Thanks to everyone’s service but wishing we could all live in peace.


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6 thoughts on “Veteran’s Day

  1. Thank you for your service to our country. My Dad was a Marine and served in France in WW1. I still have one of his uniforms, at least what the moths did not get. God Bless the United States of America. Amen

    • Thanks, Tom! That is so neat about your dad and that he served in France in WWI The uniform would be a real treasure. 🙂 My mom had a picture of my great grandfather dressed in the uniform for Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, but I can’t find it. I need to find pictures of my mom and dad in uniform sometime, and made a composite. 🙂

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