LEONIA – The cremated remains of Herman Henry Reichert, an World War I Army private from Teaneck, had sat in storage at a funeral home for nearly 58 years. today, his orphaned ashes and those of.
PRESCOTT, Ariz. (KSAZ) – 15 veterans whose remains went unclaimed are no longer forgotten, as the vets were laid to rest with the dignity they deserve. The veterans’ bodies were given proper.
Montanaro, 96, of Carson City, is one of about 2,000 Merchant Marines still alive out of the 250,000 or so who served during World War II, and one of only four who live in Nevada. So when he saw the name of one of his comrades on the list of 27 veterans whose remains had been unclaimed, he wanted to be the one to lay his comrade to rest.
It is one of the largest group of unclaimed veterans remains ever to have been recovered in this state.. found in Roseburg are from World War I veterans.. of these veterans being laid to.
Dozens of unclaimed veterans’ remains found their final resting place Wednesday.A graveside service with full military honors for 28 unclaimed veterans’ remains and nine spousal remains was.
The remains left Indianapolis Wednesday morning, making a quick stop through Gas City on their way to Marion National Cemetery. Dozens of people who didn’t know anyone being laid to rest made their.
DIXON (AP) – The unclaimed remains of 35 military veterans, including some from World War I, and two military wives have been given formal military burials in Northern California. The remains.
SARATOGA — Ten veterans. remains were left on the shelves of funeral homes for many years will be laid to rest with full military honors Friday in Saratoga national cemetery. Several dozen Patriot.
Unclaimed veterans buried with dignity, thanks to strangers – But the three veterans laid to rest on a rainy Memphis morning were strangers to. who died this past fall and whose remains were unclaimed in Memphis, Tenn. (Karen Pulfer Focht/AP) Sign up for the.
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Bible is memorial "Memorial" occurs in the New Testament as the translation of mnemosunon, "a token of remembrance" (matthew 26:13; mark 14:9; acts 10:4, "Thy prayers and thine alms are gone up for a memorial before God," which suggests the sense in which "memorial" was used in the sacrificial ritual, and also the "better sacrifices" of the new dispensation).