Sunday, November 11, 2007

To All the Veteran’s in My Family - Thank You

Thank you, for your service, your leadership, and for answering the call of your country. Your service ranges prior to World War I to the Global War on Terror in the branches of United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Air Force.

Your family appreciates you. Happy Veteran’s Day. We will never forget your service.



Walter K. Wilson (1880-1954) – US Army -World War I and World War II- Major General
Walter K. Wilson, Jr. – (1906 – 1985) – US Army - World War II, Korea, Vietnam - Lieutenant General, Chief of Army Engineers
Walter K. Wilson, III (Retired) – US Army - Vietnam
Colonel, Corps of Engineers
Fredrick Wilson (Retired) – US Army - Vietnam
Lieutenant Colonel, Armor




Fredrick Wilson, Jr. - Coast Guard - Global War on Terror




Delores Garcia Wilson (Retired) – US Navy -
Global War on Terror

Everett Coyt Dimick – US Army – World War II and Korea- Major
Charles Davidson Orrison - US Air Force- World War II, Korea, and Vietnam
Colonel

John Newton Wilson – US Army - World War II -Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army American Cemetery in Normandy France. He died during the battle of Saint Lo in July 1944.

Hayden Amidon - US Navy

Terrence Edward Amidon – US Army

Steve Bevis- U.S. Marine Corps- Korean War



General Phillip Sheridan - US Army - Civil War


Jason Tengan - Commander, US Army, Air Force and Coast Guard - GWOT

Ben Aton - US Navy - Global War on Terror

Again we thank each of you for your service. To the families of the known and unknown, who made the ultimate sacrifice, you are also in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks to all Veteran’s everyday.

4 comments:

Be Inspired Always said...

Wonderful post.





Jillian

Chris in Oxford said...

Great post. I'm impressed that you can trace your family that far back and that you have so many men who serve. I have the utmost respect for those who choose to wear the uniform - less so for politicians who don't!

On a lighter note - sorry about the bad weekend for Alabamans... Well, sorry isn't the right word really.

The Egel Nest said...

Amen! Wonderful post!

Bradley
The Egel Nest

Rhonda said...

I am so inspired by your post. Very honorable.