REMEMBERING THEIR SACRIFICE
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 13:38

A lone bugler Rev. James Thomas Post 38, honored Dundalk’s war dead with the traditional call of “Taps” during a Memorial Day remembrance at the war memorial at Oak Lawn Cemetery on Monday, as part of American Legion Post 38’s daylong observance of Memorial Day. photo by Roland Dorsey

 

LEST WE FORGET

 

( from top ) Members of the Dundalk American Legion Post 38 color guard mark Memorial Day at Oak Lawn Cemetery; members of Dundalk Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 21(from left) Ernest E. Laws and C.E. Overman Jr. attend services at Veterans Park; saluting fallen heroes; a Post 38 firing squad honors deceased service members; Post 38 members look on during services at Oak Lawn; (next, from top ) veteran John Reiman honors the fallen; members mark the day at the Post 38 home on Dundalk Avenue; Post 38 member Thomas O’Rourke speaks; DAV members (from left) Gary Ingregno, Douglass R. Hott Jr., Ernest E. Laws and Ray L. Davis remember their fallen brethren; color guard members present the flag.
photos by Roland Dorsey


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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