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CHARLIE HALL: My Dad… My Hero In 1965 at age 19 my father was drafted into the Army. From here he went to Fort Knox, then to California, then Hawaii, then Vietnam. Like any young man Dad was not thrilled to have to leave his hometown for the unknown. He was a tunnel rat serving in the 25th Infantry Tropic Lightning Division. In July of 1966 at just 20 years old, he was walking along with two other soldiers in front of him. They stepped on a land mine. He followed.

Charles Hall Dad and I

Charles and Joyce Hall

with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences in 1982. He wanted to teach the blind but that never came to fruition.

Dad has been used as a political talking point for years. Known for his positive outlook and strength, Days later he woke up in Valley Forge, PA hearing the song Sunshine Suhe has been used to help inspire perman by Donovan. “Sunshine came softly a-through my a-window today.“ others who have returned His sight was gone. His legs were gone. They had to sever them because from war with injuries. He went to of gangrene. He was sent to rehabilitation at the Hines Blind Center in Florida and was in a film promoting Chicago. He learned to walk with wooden legs and crutches. He learned to the use of bionic legs. They had read and type brail. him going up and down the steps with his wooden legs and Prior to his departure to the war he had met my Mom at Angola’s A and W crutches to show other survivors where she worked. When he returned she made trips back and forth to visit the difference between mobility him. They were married on Lake Avenue in Chicago in 1967. then and mobility now to serve as Mom was just 17. Dad persevered and moved forward with his life. inspiration to them. When they were able, they came back to live in Angola. Dad had a lot of support from family and friends and his Grandma Albertson. She was wonderful. Dad went to work for Brammel, then Transguard. He never complained. He and Mom went on to have three children. At home he did all the cooking and always worked on cars. He loved gardening and always grew a nice flowerbed. He still makes some of the best stuffing for a turkey. He cleaned the house and still does. He would throw the ball and I could hit it. I was his eyes for him when I was a kid. We used to go driving together. Dad would steer and I would run the pedals.

He’s probably the most humble person you’d ever want to meet. He’s just the toughest guy I know. My worst day is not as bad as his best day. He still has pieces of steel shrapnel come out of his body to this day. Here’s a guy who’s lived his whole life with those legs strapped on him. He is an inspiration.

Thank you Dad. I’ve always looked up to When he would get to feeling sorry for himself he would just hug one of us you. You are my hero and my inspiration. kids. And now, his grandkids keep him going. He went back to college in his 30’s. Counselor Nancy Perry helped guide him and had a real impact on him. He graduated from Tri-State University

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Be sure to thank a Veteran today. And if you see Charlie Hall be sure to thank him too. That’s My Dad!

~ Jamie Hall

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AMERICAN SOLDIER DEAR AMERICA: I’M RED, WHITE AND BLUE WHATEVER YOU ASK, I SHALL DO DEAR AMERICA: I LOVE YOU SO WHERE YOU SEND ME, I SHALL GO DEAR AMERICA: I LOVE YOU SO IF YOU ASK MY BLOOD WILL FLOW DEAR AMERICA: YOU STAND SO TALL WITH YOUR GREAT SOLDIERS YOU WILL NEVER FALL DEAR AMERICA: IT’S GOOD TO BE FREE FOREVER AND ALWAYS WE WILL LET IT BE DEAR AMERICA: I LOVE YOU SO I WOULD GIVE YOU MY LIFE IF YOU JUST SAY SO

Lester M. Campbell WWII 2nd INF Div. 14th Armoured Reg. Battle of the Bulge

Charles W. Sanders

May 30, 1924 - Feb. 3, 2015 Tec 5 U.S. Army, WWII Loving husband, father and grandfather

DEAR AMERICA: I LOVE THIS LAND ENOUGH TO FIGHT IN COMBAT, HAND TO HAND DEAR AMERICA: GET A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP FROM SHORE TO SHORE, THE PEACE WE WILL KEEP DEAR AMERICA: WE TAKE THE OATH TO DEFEND YOUR GREAT LAND FROM COAST TO COAST DEAR AMERICA: WE COME IN ALL COLORS IF WE GO TO WAR WE ALL BECOME BROTHERS DEAR AMERICA: WE SERVE YOU IN FAR OFF PLACES BUT WHEN WE RETURN IT’S WITH PRIDE ON OUR FACES DEAR AMERICA: WHATEVER YOU NEED, JUST CALL ON US AND WE WILL DO THE DEED

Gary Paul Harter

We thank Fire and Petroleum Specialist 4 Gary Paul Harter for his service in Vietnam. 1968-70. Your family is PROUD!

Martin Snow 7th Fleet Aircraft Carrier 1960-63 Loving husband, father, grandfather and brother-in-law.

DEAR AMERICA: IT’S “DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR,” WE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU WITHOUT ANY BOTHER DEAR AMERICA: I LOVE YOU SO WHATEVER YOU ASK OF ME I WILL NEVER SAY NO

Jay E. Keck, PFC Marine Corps

Thank you for your service. Love and miss you. Linda, Carrie, Aaron, Jessica, Makayla, DJ & Kaitlyn

DEAR AMERICA: PLEASE KEEP IN TOUCH OF ALL OF US SOLDIERS WHO LOVE YOU SO MUCH P.F.C. Jay Keck UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS Vietnam Vet 1966-67

Lucas Adams, PFC

We are more than proud of you! Stay strong and remember that we love you. Mom & Stace

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Leonard A. Shoudel Corporal U.S. Army

Little did we know that day, God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. Love, Dolores, Jeanne & Jim

James William Pierson Jr. Cpl. USMC 1969-1971

Jim, you are my “HEART” and my heart belongs to you “Forever.” I LOVE YOU! Your Wife, Dinah

Wayne E. Kimmel Private, U.S. Army

Thought of often. Loved and missed. Your family.

Paul D. Bond WWII Korea

Thank you dad! We are so proud of you for your bravery, commitment, and love for our country! We love you!

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Thank you for your service. Love & miss you, Linda & family #36 Leona mj

Richard Kiser Sergeant, Air Force 1951-55

Your service to your country has given me what I have today, I stand and salute you. Your daughter, Cindy

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Max Franklin E7 US Army

A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.

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Served 4 years in Air Force, 18 months were in Japan and 2 years in Air Force Reserves. DowBaker 1 Block

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VETERAN? OR RELATIVE OF A VETERAN? PLEASE COME & ENJOY OUR LEGION AND INQUIRE ABOUT A MEMBERSHIP. WE’D LOVE TO HAVE YOU! Join Us for a Special Veteran’s Day Dinner (for Veteran’s and their spouses) Sunday, November 12, 12 - 2 PM Tuesday Nights – Food Specials • Wednesday Nights – Treasure Hunt Drawing Thursday Nights – Corn Hole/Wings • Friday Nights – Fish Fry (Fish, Shrimp, Frog Legs) Monthly – Legion Riders Ribeye Steak Dinner Cookout - includes salad, potato, dessert - $14 The Auxiliary, Legion and Fremont Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Santa’s Visit to the Legion on Saturday, December 2, beginning at 6:00 p.m. (Parade at 5:45 p.m.) 301 S. Wayne St., Fremont, IN

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Spencer G. Kane PFC, USMC

We couldn’t be more proud of the Marine that you are. Thank you for the endless devotion to our country.

Sanford Hooley U.S. Army

A Post 243 supporter.

Tommy Magers U.S. Army

Tommy is a Korean Veteran and did Post 243 Honor Guard as long as he could.

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Colonel Michael Sharp US Army

Dad, thank you for serving our country so faithfully for so many years. Here’s to a few more! We love you! Rob & Stacey Kline

Roger Meyers U.S. Army

A great supporter of Post 243 programs.

Wayne Garber U.S. Army

A Post 243 supporter.

Robert F. Burnside

US Air Force Grandpa, remembering your smile today, thank you for your service. Rob & Stacey Kline

A Post 243 supporter.

Todd Winegardner U.S. Army

Tom Sprague U.S. Army

Shelton Foster U.S. Navy

A Post 243 supporter.

A great Post 243 supporter.

Nick Johnson U.S.M.C.

Russell Becker U.S. Navy

Nick is currently on active duty and Post 243 couldn’t be prouder.

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Starts at 1 p.m. • Open to all Vets • Serving Pulled Pork & Chips

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Active in the community & support of many local organizations. Our Auxiliary is currently hosting fundraisers to help Homeless Veteran’s in Steuben County.

Join the Movement. Join the VFW. Stand strong with the 1.3 million members of the nation’s largest organization of combat veterans. 2013 N. Wayne St. • Angola, IN (260) 665-5600

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Robert Bowen U.S. Army

James Prough

USMC, Post 243 thanks him for all the hard work he does to keep us going in these difficult times.

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Robert is currently Post 243’s 1st Vice Commander.

James Gary “Andy” Anderson

USAF for 20 years. Post 243’s Finance Officer.

He is one of Post 243’s members that is still on active duty. We thank him for his service.

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David Magnus U.S. Army

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Robert Lewis U.S. Navy

U.S. Army Reserve Burt is a big supporter of Post 243 programs.

A great Post 243 supporter.

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is a cousin to Post 243’s Auxiliary Historian.

Dave is the current Post 243 Commander.

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Lee Beard at the World War II Memorial

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Orval Mullen, right, at the World War II Memorial

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Members of Northeast Indiana Honor Flight No. 26 pose for a photo at the World War II memorial in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 25. Northeast Indiana Honor Flight, a non-profit organization, has now taken 1,877 veterans to Washington to view their memorials.

Nearly 2,000 NE Indiana veterans have gone on honor flights KPC NEWS SERVICE

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WHAT CAN I DO TO HONOR A VETERAN?

Honor Flight Northeast Indiana just completed its 26th trip to Washington, D.C., to escort veterans to see the nation’s memorials. “With the completion of this Honor Flight, 1,877 veterans will have been transported to Washington, D. C. from Fort Wayne to view their memorials. We appreciate the support shown by the community for our veterans,” said Honor Flight Northeast Indiana President Dennis Covert. Often the return of the veterans draws a large crowd. For example, following the Sept. 27 trip, it was estimated that 3,800 friends and family members of the turned out to welcome home the veterans at the Fort Wayne International Airport, Covert said. Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is always looking for volunteers and donations for the flights that take veterans to Washington, D.C., to see monuments and be honored for their service. Here are a few facts about honor flight trips, their cost and helping out:

Honor Flight flies an American Airlines charted Airbus A321 that will hold 186 persons. There are 4 buses, lunches, dinner and miscellaneous costs all totaling about $70,000 per flight. Actual costs can fluctuate depending on dates, changes in contract pricing and fuel costs, just to name a few.

• Hold a fundraising event Northeast Indiana Honor Flight is a small group of volunteers. In order to make this work, it needs volunteers from all across the northeast Indiana region to hold fundraisers and donate proceeds to Honor Flight Northeast Indiana. Community fundraisers, and fundraisers sponsored by churches, schools and fraternal organizations have made this trip possible for over 17,000 veterans in other regions. Please contact Northeast Indiana Honor Flight (below) if you are interested in helping in this way.

WHY FLY CHARTER? Commercial flights are less costly, and can be utilized out of major airline hubs; however, travel is even more difficult for veterans who live in areas where direct commercial flights to Washington are not available. Mobility impairment, oxygen needs and unexpected delays turn airport transfers into insurmountable travel barriers for many elderly people. In these areas, such as Northern Indiana, charter flights make the impossible possible for aging and infirm veterans. Charters will allow us to provide the flight and tour in a single day, allowing more veterans to travel.

• Make a donation Every donation helps get a flight off the ground. Every dollar helps. It is up to the northeast Indiana community to make this happen. To send a donation go to the Northeast Indiana Honor Flight website at hfnei.org. Honor Flight Northeast Indiana is a 501 (c) 3 organization. Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Consult your tax professional for

advice. Ninety-five percent of all donations go directly towards the veterans’ trips. • Full flight sponsors Individuals or organizations can step forward to sponsor an entire flight. The northern Indiana community has responded with generous donations; however, there are still many, many veterans needing to go to Washington. It took over a year to get the first flight off the ground. In the second year, Northeast Indiana Honor Flight was able to provide an Honor Flight to 62 northeast Indiana World War II veterans and now flies 300-plus veterans per year. Some veterans have been on a waiting list for years. It is possible many will never see their memorial. As soon as flights are scheduled, Northeast Indiana Honor Flight starts calling the veterans on its waiting list. Some veterans have some have passed away, and many are no longer able to travel, even with the assistance available. See HONOR FLIGHT page A14


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Full flight sponsors honor not only the veterans on the flight they sponsor, but pave the way for the next flight of honor. It is a gift that keeps giving. Publicity from one flight brings donations for the next. Such generous donations will be publicized. Full flight sponsors may provide their company literature to be distributed to veterans and their families, may designate two representatives to accompany the veterans (as space permits and may not be on the same flight) and may choose to sponsor a welcome home reception to which regional media will be invited. Honor Flights from other regions have been featured on national newscasts. Full flight sponsors will be recognized publicly. Special requests will be considered. For more information, contact Northeast Indiana Honor Flight by email at honorflightnei@gmail.com or call 633-0049. The website is hfnei.org.

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Staff Sergeant Matthew P. Vance United States Air Force

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Corporal Darrell “Skip” Traster United States Army

Seaman First Class Marion Cooley United States Navy

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