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In Memory Program: Remembering all the victims of the Vietnam War

May 12, 2011

In Memory Program: Remembering all the victims of the Vietnam War

If you have a loved one who was in Vietnam and died due to complications from exposure to Agent Orange or other causes attributed to being in Vietnam, fill out an application to have him or her added to the "In Memory Honor Roll." The ceremony gave my siblings, my sister-in-law and me yet another chance to grieve the life of this remarkable man and allowed us to meet other families who lost their loved ones, too. A description of the program and the application are on this website: http://www.vvmf.org/InMemoryProgram. I thank all the veterans for their service to our country and salute them this Memorial Day and every day.

 

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  1. Barbara Jennings Reply

    You are so missed, You would be so proud of our children. I have learned so much and wish I knew then all you went through. You left us too soon. We love you.

  2. Ms Denise Olson, Vietnam Veteran Widow due to Agent Orange Cancers Reply

    For: Mr. JAMES LEONARD OLSON,
    Although  your time was short, you live on in MY HEART;
    You are my inspiration, you are my Peace of Mind;
    You have helped me through my past,
    I knew it may not last.
    You were My Hope for the Future,
    This life I will endure.
    You were My Tranquility,
    YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY 'TRINITY'.
    I LOVE YOU, YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN
    YOUR SPIRIT LIVES WITH ME
    AND I STILL LOVE YOU DEARLY.
    YOUR WIDOW,
    MS. Denise

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