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Honor A Veteran This Week

veteran cemetery Sedona AZ (September 7, 2010) To all our nation’s Veterans, we honor you. The SedonaEye.com and Sedona Times Publishing says thank you:

To Jack C. Hallman, now of Delaware, US Army-Air Force, former MIA-German camp POW-WWII and great dad, thank you.

To Wrex Reed, now of Redding California, WWII US Navy Aircraft carrier-Pacific and great dad, thank you.

To Joe Beatty, now of Village of Oak Creek, WWII US Navy Destroyer-Pacific, thank you.

To William Francis Ryan Sr, now of Ft. Meyers Florida, WWII US Navy – Pacific, thank you.

To John Cornelius, now of Village of Oak Creek, WWII Army – Africa, thank you.

To Gary Chamberlain, now of Cornville Arizona, Army – Vietnam, thank you.

To Wesley Milton Kuhns, born in South Dakota and buried in Delaware, Air Force – Vietnam, thank you.

To Winfield Scott Walls Sr, born and buried in Delaware, Army – Vietnam, thank you.

To Stephen Michael Backes, now of West Virginia, Army – Vietnam, thank you.

To Elmer Bert Tingle Jr, now of Delaware, Army – Vietnam, thank you.

To Adin Maupin, born and buried in Redding California, WWII Army Ski Troops, thank you.

Do you have a loved one or friend to honor or remember who served in our nation’s Armed Forces?  Submit his or her name in our comment section today. With Veterans Day approaching in November, we welcome veterans stories to Editor@SedonaEye.com. We will publish your story in our November 2010 Veterans Day edition.

As we approach the anniversary of September 11, 2001, we honor in memory those who lost their lives that day, and honor those who survived because of others sacrifices and help. Thank you to all first responders everywhere!  You are our heroes.


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  1. JDJr. says:

    this article was so from the heart Semper Fi to my dad Johnny now passed and he is with me now


  2. We remember too says:

    Cordy Warrington
    Russell Blair
    Horace Frame
    Gordon Redfelt
    Will Hand

    Bless you all and thank you for the chance to remember and or honor.
    Edgar and Jean Renfro

  3. Frank Denver says:

    gone but not forgotten!!!

    loved by his family and grandkids

  4. Gary Chamberlain, Cornville says:

    This event for Vietnam veterans will host 5-6,000 people starting in 2-3 days. This event has been in existance for over 20 years and continues to attract more vietnam veterans from all over the world. I will be here for the entire event.

    Gary Chamberlain, On the American Road for Folksville USA and Vietnam Vet


  5. Your family says:

    Winfield Scott Walls Sr. beloved cousin who died too soon

  6. We love and remember says:

    Wesley Milton Kuhns, in memory
    Elmer Bert Tingle Jr, in honor
    Stephen Michael Backes, in honor
    Vaughn, Cleveland, Lance and Vinal Morrison, WWII brothers, in memory
    Ona Morrison, WWII nurse, in honor

  7. Newton/Hurl/Birdsong/Rascot families says:

    Frederick “Ned” Smith, Army received Purple Heart in Italy

    L. B. Grant, Army

    our granddaddy’s are gone but never forgotten,
    Donna-Andy-Little Ray-Gary-Marcia-Rosemarie-Finnie-Jody-HollyAnna-Edwin-Cylla-Carol-Rick

  8. Excessive force against elderly Vet- Shameful. says:

    An elderly man is in critical condition after being thrown to the ground by a police officer. … By Dave D’Marko, Reporter …Last Updated: Monday, September 20, 2010 3:50 PM … Orlando, Florida


    It happened Saturday night near North Orange Avenue after police say Daniel Daley put his hands on the cop.

    The World War II veteran is out of surgery. He suffered an injury doctors at Florida Hospital say only about 10 percent of people are lucky enough to survive.

    Daley left the Caboose Bar and headed to his car across the street Saturday night.

    Witnesses say the 84-year-old was upset when he saw his car was about to be towed.

    The Ivanhoe Grocery owner recently posted signs warning drivers because customers of other businesses were parking in their spots.

    Several people, who didn’t want to go on camera, say it has led to plenty of arguments the past few weeks, but none with the potentially deadly consequences that happened Saturday.

    The police were called and say Daley, who’d been drinking, put his hands on the officer.

    Witnesses say he put his hands on the officer three times and the cop warned him to stop each time.

    Police say Daley made a fist and said ‘I’m not leaving until I knock this cop out.’

    Another witness says the officer then violently hip checked him and took him to the ground.

    Daley ended up in Florida Hospital with a broken neck.

    There’s nothing that deals with the elderly in the Orlando Police Department’s use of force policy. However, it does define imminent danger as a situation that could lead to death or great bodily harm.

    An Orlando police sergeant and spokesperson said this situation should qualify as imminent danger, but many residents don’t think so.

    “I don’t think anyone needs to be thrown to the ground and have their neck broken because they were parked in the wrong spot,” said Gabby Aparacio, store customer. “I mean he’s an old man. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been drinking or not. How belligerent can you be?”

    “I know when I get angry, I ball my fist. It doesn’t mean I’m going to hit you. I think he had no right to do so,” said Nataya Benway.

    As part of standard procedure, internal investigators will look at whether the officer complied with the department’s use of force policy.

  9. Kaylyn Vinci says:

    Bobby Vinci (Korea)

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