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Memorial for the Fallen

Photo by Christy Porter
Paying tribute at the Memorial for the Fallen on Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m., were from left: Rifle brigade, Gary Gorman, Eric Swingle and Kyle Hale; Post Quartermaster, Harry Brevoort; VFW Trustee, Charles Hayes; Auxiliary President, Princess Fahnestock; bugler, Ed Bennett; and Licking VFW Post 6337 Commander Billie Krewson.

Photo by Christy Porter
Coast Guard Veteran Carl Nelson who served his country from 1965 to 1969 attended the ceremony.

Photo by Christy Porter
Vietnam and Desert Storm Veteran Wayne Hackman and wife Twilia paid their respects on Veterans Day. Wayne also places the U.S. flags on Licking’s streets for Licking Downtown, Inc., on all military holidays.















Licking VFW Post 6337 led a touching Memorial for the Fallen service on Wednesday at 11 a.m., the 11th day of the 11th month, at Licking’s Memorial Park.

Many attendees stood in honor of our veterans with tears in their eyes. Attendees included spouses and family members, young and old.

Veterans from WWII to the present day were recognized in various ways this Veterans Day, which included tributes from schoolchildren to local businesses. At noon, Licking United Methodist Church played a rousing Armed Forces Medley on their carillon that included each branch of the military.

Respectively, Thank you veterans.

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