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Veterans of Foreign Wars. The banner goes back to the soldiers when they're discharged. One banner for Army soldier and La Verne Lutheran High School graduate Cory Hiltz will always fly as a memorial banner. Wayne and Debra Hiltz, Cory's parents, serve as the veterans memorial committee's honorary chairpersons. City Hall is heavily involved in the effort to establish the memorial. "Every government agency exists because of the services veterans have provided," Vagnozzi noted. "We all have freedoms and rights because of our veterans. We're able to assemble and do what we do because of veterans. Therefore, it's important to pay tribute to their sacrifice, loyalty, honor and dedication." The memorial is an emotional project for Reyes, Garcia, Hill, Alvarado and Gucci Bag New Design Kendrick, all veterans. Alvarado, an Army specialist during the Vietnam War era, survived the Pueblo crisis in the demilitarized zone between South and North Korean. He was among soldiers who devoted 14 months to stopping Communist North Korean soldiers from invading South Korea. "It got really tense for a while there," asserted Alvarado, now a retired truck driver. Reyes, a first sergeant, gave 24 years of his life to the Marine Corps and then another four to the California National Guard as a reservist. The Metro Gold Line train operator survived tours in Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Hill was also a lifer, serving 22 years in the Air Force and becoming a Korean and Vietnam veteran before retiring as a senior master sergeant and becoming an aerospace engineer for Northrop Grumman. Garcia was in Marine boot camp in 1971, starting Gucci Iphone 6 Case

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´╗┐La Verne's proposed memorial to be dedicated on Veterans Day

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a 9 year, 8 month service stint, when he got his draft letter for the Army. Kendrick didn't actually touch land in Vietnam, but he did help secure the safety in the Pacific as a naval submariner during the Vietnam War. Gucci Bag Ebay

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Related story: Community funding La Verne Veterans Memorial "It's time to honor those to whom honor is due," explained La Verne municipal employee Jeannette Vagnozzi about the motivation behind the push to establish the La Verne Veterans Memorial. Vagnozzi, city treasurer and public works administrative superintendent, is part of the committee of civic leaders, community activists, business executives, veterans, firemen, parents and professionals working together to establish the memorial and pay tribute to military men and women who've protected and guaranteed American freedoms. La Verne Mayor Don Kendrick, Community Services Department director Bill Aguirre and Band of Brothers VFW Post 12034 commander Rosendo Reyes, senior vice commander Pete Garcia Jr., color guard coordinator David Alvarado and memorial committee chairman Jefferson Hill Sr. nodded in agreement with Vagnozzi's succinct statement about their purpose. As they and others in the community gear up for major fund raising programs and collections, these committee members discussed the history and what they hope will be the future of the memorial to be built at the city owned La Verne Veterans Hall. The memorial is to be dedicated on Nov. 11. "Honor to whom honor is due" are the words on the memorial brochure designed by Vagnozzi. The brochure will be distributed to residents, businesses and participants in public events ranging from farmers' markets and crafters' meetings to summertime concerts at Heritage Park and the Great Western Soccer Shootout over Memorial Day weekend. Dan Harden, a now retired Bonita High School teacher who was sitting on the La Verne City Council in 2000, is credited as the idea man behind the memorial. Harden was an Air Force sergeant working as a security policeman from 1967 to 1970. His son, Navy Lt. Shawn Harden, did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and worked in military intelligence. He is now stationed at military Central Command in Tampa Bay, Fla. and preparing to transition from active duty to reserve status assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency. Harden was thinking more about his father in law, Gerald Good, when he thought of the need for a lasting memorial to military veterans. Good was among 160,000 Allied troops who hit the beach at Normandy, France on June 6, 1944. Gen. Eisenhower charged "we will accept nothing less than full victory" in the assault which began the D Day march across Europe to defeat Hitler and Nazi Germany. Harden said he especially wanted Good and other members of "the greatest generation," referring to World War II veterans, to see this memorial. Hill, Alvarado, Councilman Robert Rodriguez and then mayor Jon Blickenstaff wholeheartedly endorsed Harden's suggestion. They then joined forces with other supporters to get the ball rolling and make the memorial a reality. The formal push began at City Hall after a council motion unanimously passed in 2005. The committee representing a cross section of the community laid out the logistics and details to add the memorial to the site at Wheeler and Bonita avenues where two tributes already stand, Hill said. The existing tributes include a commemorative rock inscribed with the names of deceased World War II local soldiers and a freedom tree. The latter is an ash that's an offspring from the ash tree planted at the grave of General Dwight Eisenhower in Texas, Kendrick said. The memorial committee has grown to 30 active members dedicated to getting the word out and collecting money, said Hill and Reyes. One doesn't have to be a veteran to appreciate veterans and their sacrifice. Bill Aguirre and Vagnozzi were the only ones in the room who weren't veterans, but they said their commitment to the project is unequivocal. Aguirre has worked for the city of La Verne for 29 years and applauds the depth of cooperation among all members of the community to establish the memorial. His father, Fred Aguirre, served in the Army during the Korean conflict and was stationed in Germany. Aguirre reflected on now retired community services superintendent Carla Sullivan Dilley's efforts to establish the military banner program in La Verne. Since it was organized in 2004, more than 300 local residents on active or reserve military duty have been honored with a banner, he said. Military men and women, and their families, have received recognition at council meetings, La Verne Friends of the Fourth observances on Independence Day and at Memorial Day and Veterans Day celebrations conducted by the Gucci Bag Black 2017

His father, Harold Kendrick, was among local World War I veterans who built La Verne Veterans Hall in the early 1930s. These five veterans are the sons, grandsons, nephews and cousins of other men who answered military calls and fought to make a difference. It never occurred to any of them not to serve their country. "It was a matter of duty," Alvarado said, speaking for all of them. "The thing that I am most proud of in my life is my military service," Kendrick added.

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