Recent Messages from Our Supporters

Thank you to all of our supporters for helping us Remember, Honor and Teach. Please read the messages, stories, prayers, memories and other notes written by our supporters, including the most recent shown below.
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by Judy G.
Walter C. Gamber, Jr. USAF SGT.
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by Debbi Crisp for Bill Perry, Navy, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

My hero, my daddy, my first love. Love you forever!!!!!
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by Mike B. for Haskel Buff, Army, Cpl, Born 11/11/31, Passed On 05/04/18, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

In loving memory of my Father...
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Personal Message
by celeste proffitt for Jack Proffitt, Navy, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

In loving memory for our two amazing fathers, Anthony Marcaccio and Jack Proffitt who served this country with pride!
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In the Name Of
In honor of my Dad, Frederick Swindal Jr 2nd Batt/ 22nd Marines, 6th ar
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In Honor Of
Thank you looking forward to seeing all of my brothers at Black Mountain (God Bless )
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In Memoriam
by Donna B. for William Baumbach, Air Force, A1C, Born 01/01/41, Passed On 09/01/18, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

Christmas Isn’t the same without you, Cutie. I love and miss you like crazy.
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In Honor Of for Charles Barrier, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

In appreciation for your service. --Bob and Jean.
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by Jane Bilello Asheville Tea Party for Kenneth Montone, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

Remembering Kenneth at Christmas and always!
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In Honor Of for Allen Barrier, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

In appreciation for your service. Bob and Jean.
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In Memoriam
by Jean Craven for David Russell, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

Our Beloved Brother, David William Russell, Jr; 08-02-1950 - 08-02-2016; Vietnam Veteran, USMC, E5
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In Memoriam
by Margaret Thomas for Robert Knight Morgan, Served From 1940 to 1965, Born 01/01/18, Passed On 01/01/04, Honored by Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery

Thanks to “the greatest generation” for our freedom. In memory of Colonel Robert Knight Morgan, WWII, Pilot B-17 Memphis Belle

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