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AndersonDawgAndersonDawg Posts: 1,811 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

Each of us has family and/or friends who died in service to our country. Please take a moment to honor their memory.


  • AbrahamusAbrahamus Posts: 2 ✭ Freshman
    edited May 27

    Sorry for the late reply, but it's a day that holds deep meaning for me as I remember the incredible family members and friends I've lost who served our country. I'll never forget the stories my grandpa told me about his time in the military, or the unwavering dedication my best friend showed in defending our freedom. Their selflessness and love for their country leave a lasting imprint on my heart. Also, I've thought that choosing a unique monument design has been a beautiful way to honor their memory. One option that I've found particularly meaningful is a granite base for bronze marker. It adds a touch of elegance and permanence while allowing for customization that truly captures the essence of the person I'm remembering.

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