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Pictures from my Uncle’s Funeral.

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My dear husband took these shots, of the Disabled American Veterans Honor Guard performing the Flag Folding and Presentation ceremony at my Uncle’s funeral. My uncle served during World War II, at the Panama Canal. The Flag Folding and Presentation Ceremony, as well as the 21 Gun Salute, was beautiful, and deeply moving. I cannot express how moved I was by it.
The Honor Guard salutes a fallen comrade.
The presentation of the flag to my cousin’s daughter.
I wish I could make these a little larger, but the right margin gets cut off. You can, however, click on them if you’d like to see further detail.
Thanks for stopping by. If you feel moved to do so, you can send up a prayer for my cousin Jennifer, who is, of course, grieving the loss of both parents in less than a week.
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Friday 10th of December 2010

Oh, so beautiful. The second picture made me cry big fat tears.


Friday 10th of December 2010

Thank you for sharing these. My dad also had a full color guard at his funeral, and it was incredibly moving.

Praying for Jennifer.