Wall of Remembrance

 How do you Honor those who serve, Remember the Fallen and Celebrate your Freedoms?

 

Sign our wall of remembranceSign our wall of remembrance by leaving a comment below and tell the story of beloved veterans, those living and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. What do you do to ensure that their sacrifices were not in vain?  Pay tribute, express your gratitude, share how you celebrate as we grow together as a community linked in purpose: Honoring, Remembering, Celebrating.

 

One mother shows us exemplary remembrance – it wasn’t for her own son.

Fort Leavenworth "Remembrance of the Fallen" CeremonyDuring the 2012 Sea2Sea Challenge, at the Remembrance Ceremony held at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, there were quite a few mothers in attendance at the whose sons gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

The names of those from Kansas were read in this ceremony. One mother heard all the names and then corrected our riders. Informing us that we had missed two names of soldiers from Kansas who had died for our freedoms.

 

She knew their names. She knew they had been missed. She remembered.

They will not be forgotten.

 

The “Remembrance of the Fallen” Ceremony is held on a daily basis by the Sea2Sea riders. During this time, names of soldiers who have died since 9/11 are read by those in attendance. It is a very moving ritual that Sea2Sea has discovered brings more meaning to their cross-country quest of creating awareness for troops, veterans and their families.

Help us remember.

Are you a soldier, mother, father, grandparent, sister, brother, daughter, son, aunt, uncle (you get the point) – we want to know your story. YOUR story is the reason for OUR story.

Please leave a comment below on our Wall of Remembrance to help us remember your loved ones. If you have a link to a page dedicated to them (a website or Youtube video), please include a link to that as well.

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