Master Sergeant John Y., United States Marine Corps veteran was honored on July 15, 2018, with a “We Honor Veterans” ceremony held at the American Legion Post 116 in Fuquay-Varina.
It was an exciting game. The Dean E. Smith Center was a sea of Carolina blue and the men’s basketball team didn’t disappoint. Together with more than 20,000 other fans
On Memorial Day, we remember all who have gone before us. And, we honor the living veterans who have sacrificed so much for our country and our freedom. Recently, we
Mr. C. had been a farmer, as he put it, “all my life.” He grew up on a farm and only left the farm during the years he served in
Snowmen make people smile. They remind people of all ages of their youth – happy simple times when you went outside to play in the snow and those magical times
Mary was a lady of very small stature, barely four feet tall. Her home was accordingly furnished to accommodate her stature, with low counters, low chairs, tables, and couches. Yet
I was privileged to visit with Mr. J. for many months. The family invited me to share a reflection on my visits with him at his funeral service. Here is
Willie R. was a 61-year-old gentleman who had suffered a major stroke and had additional health challenges. The request for a volunteer was to do respite visits on Thursday afternoons
Ms. Nellie was an 80-year-old African-American lady. She struggled with sugar diabetes that she called Ms. Shugala. Over the years, she had to have her right leg and three toes
Jack was a World War II veteran. He had advanced cancer. Surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy no longer helped and he was referred to hospice services.
He had enlisted in the Army
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