On A Personal Note: Merry Christmas Daddy!

My father's grave at Dayton National Cemetery, December 2014.

My father’s grave at Dayton National Cemetery, December 2014.

I am warmed this Christmas season knowing my father has a wreath on his grave. The Dayton National Cemetery Wreaths Across America volunteer who took the time to place it and send me a photo, Norman Spurling, has my undying gratitude. He is caring for my father’s grave. That’s a comfort since I live in Florida and don’t have ready access.

So a huge thank you to Mr. Spurling and to the volunteer who placed the wreath at my father-in-law’s grave at Arlington National Cemetery. May the families of all veterans rest easier knowing there are such good people who care for those who have served.


2 Responses

  1. No warm as sentiments and remember of our loved ones knowing they are alive and the dialogue between us is not stopped, for, by the home of The father they speak us like we with them by this terrestrial house. We know a day we will embrace, but, on the time of our life on earth, all is like on past. We are not sad s those have no hope and this is our force and the reason for we are warmed for we make for them claudio alpaca

  2. A heartwarming effort by those who care for our veterans – even if not their own.

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