We Honor the following Veterans:
In memory of Mike Adrangna (1-11-10) from Gerald and Laurie Plummer.
In loving memory of Tomas and his dedication to our country including two tours to Afghanistan in which he received the Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart and Army Commendation Medal. Saddened by the loss of this young soldier, family and friends pay tribute to his courage, love and service and the many lives he touched.
In honor of William Bachman, Louisville, KY a Vietnam Veteran whose caring and help has touched many lives.
In memory from the White family, OR.
In honor of Bert Bank, one of America’s finest Veterans and Patriots.
In Honor of the memory of William H. Bledsoe, Louisville KY, a US Navy Veteran.
In memory/honor of Ranger Major Thomas G. Bostick, Jr.
Col Robert Wayne Bradfield, Army from Boise, ID.
In memory of SGT Casey T. Briggs, a true example of the Army values. He will always be remembered for both his honorable service, and what a great person he was.
Breuer, James, WWII, US Navy (2014)
In Memory from Your Friends at Gotham Comedy Club and Gotham Comedy Live.
In Memory of Commander Benjamin Harris Butler.
In Loving Memory.
Grayford served his country as a member of the US Navy in the Korean War on the USS Brinkley Bass. He extended his personal knowledge of service, being a veteran, and returning to civilian life by ministering to his grandson Joe as he struggled with the damaging and painful impacts of post-combat shock. But he didn’t stop there. This embracing outreach of comfort and resources extended to all veterans through his investment in Veterans Families United as a founding Board Member. He had a true heart of service and will be deeply missed.
In memory of Joe Diaz who served in the US Navy and was a gunners mate third class and fought in the Normandy Invasion in WWII. He was loved by his family and had many friends, many of whom sent memorial tributes on his behalf. Joe was a true patriot and family man and will be missed by all who knew him.
In loving memory of our dear brother, Charles R. Dusold, an Air Force Veteran, who was a joy and inspiration to all of us who loved him. He loved his country and had a special place in his heart for those who have served, and are currently serving our country.
Loren Eugene Eller, US Navy from Bellevue, WA.
In honor of Mr. Robert Feather, USMC Sgt. who served 3 tours in Vietnam.
In memory from the White family, OR.
In loving memory of Mr. Thomas R. Hall III, Staff Army Sergeant on behalf of Creative Benefits, Inc., Newtown Square, PA.
In memory of Sgt. Brandon Harris for his service to our country in Iraq and for the legacy he left through his loving family who continue to serve veterans as a life long tribute to him.
In memory of Hollis, David.
In Memory of Major William Philip Keselmeyer.
In Memory of Norris Larry (Tiny) Lee 2-24-26 to 5-26-11, buried with Military Honors, Ft. Riley Cementary, Ft. Riley, KS.
In memory of John Melott and to encourage family members to look for the warning signs of depression and PTSD and to intervene as much as they can.
In Memory of LTC Francis M. O’Kelly, M.D. (2010).
In loving memory of Larilane Payne, Military One Source Coordinator for Central Oklahoma. Larilane was formerly in the military and used her knowledge and her heart of service to go far above and beyond the call of duty. She was an inspiration and gift to all who were blessed to cross her path.
In Loving Memory of Bill Perkey, Royal Oak, MI: An Air Force Veteran.
In memory of a veteran that lived a life a service; who never stopped learning or living life to its fullest and who loved his family deeply. His passion for embracing all of it will be carried forward through his legacy and love and by modeling the “celebration of life”.
In loving memory of Edward O. Rockwell, Sr. (Plum, Pa) whose life was an example of kindness, integrity, honor and selfless service.
In Loving Memory of Mr. Karl R. Sandmann, Wilmington, MA whose family, friends and community (Maine, Massachusetts) sent an outpouring of donations in his honor; a testament of Mr. Sandmann’s impact on the lives of others and his desire to carry that forward to veterans and their families.
In memory of Richard L. Schilling who served the the US Navy on the USS Vesole DDR-878 (on behalf of this veteran from the Molina’s)
Stedman, Lynn (Army National Guard, 2012)
In loving memory of Lynn Stedman, a humble servant of the Army National Guard for over 30 years and a man whose life was dedicated to the principles of freedom through his connection with family, faith and community.
In memory of Josh Stern who died on Oct. 15, 2010 a soldier who had just returned from his second tour of duty in Iraq and in deep awareness that casualties of war are often invisible.
On October 10, 2010, Chuck Sullivan, an Air Force veteran, passed away at the age of 77. He served our great nation from 1951 to 1959. Mr. Sullivan not only loved his country, but he had a special place in his heart for those who have served and are currently serving in our military. Mr. Sullivan was blessed with 55 years of marriage to his wife, and he was a loving father, grandfather and great grandfather. His family sincerely appreciates the many people who donated to Veterans’ Families United Foundation in his honor and memory.
In Memory of Nils A Thornberg Jr, Airforce. A loving husband, father, pa, and much more.
Valencia, Raymond – 1928-2013
In grateful memory of his service.
In memory of Col. Thomas Walsh, a WWII, Korea and Vietnam Veteran. Tom was an inspiration to so many people. He served his country with distinction and those who knew him felt blessed and proud as he left the world a much better place.
In Memory of Russell Wolfe and his passion to serve veterans – a quiet hero.
In memory of TSgt. Robert R. Woodyard, USAF and in honor of his daughter and her lifetime commitment to hope and healing, Cathy Woodyard Bray.
We Honor the following surviving Veterans:
In gratitude and honor of Zachary Williams, OEF and OIF veteran who earned a Purple Heart for his courage and service.
We Honor the following Family and Friends of Veterans:
Over the years, Margaret contributed to our veterans’ cause, as she too, was married to a veteran who served our country. This was a cause that was deeply close to her heart, as was giving back to families in need (from her daughter Sherry).
In loving memory of Dr. Nelda Ferguson, wife of WWII KIA, whose life was devoted to serving others. She understood service and sacrifice and committed her adult life, until the age of 86, to advocated for those in need by offering her services, support and encouragement.
In loving memory of a daughter, sister, aunt and friend who was dearly loved by her family.
In honor of the family of Connie Fox Moore, founding VFU Board Member, and the mightly little Oakes (her grandchild) who was a little warrior that fought a valient battle during his one year of life. Little Oakes and his family exemplified the power of family, friends, Faith and how loving support sustains us through difficult times.
In loving memory of Margaret Pattee and her lifelong support of those who have served our country and on behalf of the many who loved her.
In memory of Loretta Shultz and in honor of her late husband, Edward Schultz, USAF.
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