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How to Honor your Veteran Lost to Agent Orange

Agent Orange Broker My HeartHow do we go about honoring the memory of our veteran lost to Agent Orange?  Fortunately there are several programs available to the families of veterans lost to Agent Orange. 

They are as follows:

1)  Agent Orange Quilt of Tears

The Quilts draw national attention to the plight of Veterans affected by Agent Orange used during Vietnam.

2)  In Memory Day Program

A day set aside to honor those who died as a result of the Vietnam War

3)  Agent Orange Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Because they didn't get a wall in DC

4)  5th Annual Veterans Day Agent Orange Balloon Release 2012


To recognize, remember & honor all who have been affected by the use of Agent Orange 

*Due to environmental concerns we are asking that everyone use the balloons as decoration this year instead of actually releasing them into the atmosphere. Decorate with balloons, streamers, ribbons….anything orange!

The Order of the Silver Rose is also a program that has been honoring our Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange.  The last report we have had about this organization is that they have suspended, for an extended period of time due to illness, their work.  Learn more by clicking here.

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  1. Kelly Brinker Reply

    Thank you so much for this post. I know it is a few years old but it is still informative. My father was lost to Agent Orange on June 3, 2015. He was a veteran who served as a veterans’ advocate in the state of Michigan. When he passed, we started a foundation in his memory to continue his work of helping and honoring his fellow veterans. We want to create a memorial for veterans lost to Agent Orange in Michigan and hopefully some day in DC (not sure if there is anything yet as I have never been there). We would love any information or assistance from anyone else who has managed to get a state memorial for Agent Orange. Thank you and God Bless.

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  4. Glenda Carter Reply

    Glad to see this site up and running. Bravo!! Keep up the good work.

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      Thanks Glenda for your comment!!

  5. Nancy Ann Reply

    I clicked on the link for the Agent Orange Memorial and it says page can't be found

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  6. chuck payne Reply

    thanx for your effort on this site ..very informative….VA has me with ischemic heart condition–agent orange…plus other things…I*m wondering how many(total) people have passed away from AG???anyone know??thanx again..,read it everyday…

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