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Veterans Day 2022
In the United States, Veterans Day is observed on November 11 to honor all those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
FPC would like to honor all Veterans on Sunday, November 13, both in prayer and also by listing their names in the worship bulletin. Please submit the names of Veterans you would like to have honored by placing their names in the comments below. Please feel free to tell us more about them. (Comments are moderated and won’t show up immediately.)
My father Robert Nabbe who was assigned to the Pentagon and chauffeured Generals Dwight Eisenhower, Mark Clark, George Patton and Omar Bradley
And his brother Richard Nabbe who landed on the beach in Normandy and fought in the European Theater.
Thomas (Chief) Coulter, aged 98 – Friend & walking partner
US Navy, Master Chief Petty Officer retired 25 yrs.
Corp of Engineers, Old Hickory & Percy Priest Dams. retired.
Scout Master Troop 777 Hermitage Hills Baptist Church 50yrs.
Hiked the complete Appalachian Trail
Henry A. Spruce (Hank), Army, Vietnam Conflict—brother-in-law
Oscar L. York (Sonny), Army, Vietnam Conflict— brother-in-law
30 year veteran TN Army National Guard
MSgt. John M. Brady (Mickey’s dad) served 30 years in the U. S. Air Force. He served in all three theaters of WWII as a tail gunner on B17s and B24, and in the Korean conflict.
MSgt. James A. Stueck, U.S. Air Force. He served in England during WWII, flying 42 missions as a flight engineer in a B17.