Thursday, November 11, 2010

If you can read, then thank a teacher. If you can read in English, then thank a veteran.

Since today is Veteran's Day I thought it would be appropriate to remember our friends and family who have and do serve (apologies to ones I may leave out).

Mary Camille Hiott (USAF)
Morgan Lee Ard (USAF)
Jennifer Franklin (USAF)

Floyd Berry Hiott, Jr. (SCANG)
Herman Marion Ridgill, Sr. (Army Air Force, Belgium WWII)
Hereld Prather (Army, France WWII)
Paul R Lambert, Sr. (Navy, WWII)
Perry Reardon (Army, Killed in Action, Battle of the Bulge WWII)
Donald Ard (USAF)
Charlton Ard (USAF)
Adam Ard (USAF)
David Hill (Army, Vietnam)
Daniel Cantey (Army, Iraq)
Mike Black (Navy, Saudia Arabia)
Tony Rigdon (Army)
Bill Erikson (Marine Corps)

It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.
George S. Patton


  1. This is awesome Berry! Those that serve with honor are taken for granted by too many people.

  2. Yeah Man!!
    Thought it was gonna be about how if you put a hat and sunglasses on a dog it looks like he could drive a truck.