Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars hold their Memorial Day ceremonies throughout the county

Five members of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #3954 (Batavia) fire their rifles in a military salute to fallen veterans at the Odd Fellows Cemetery in Amelia. Members of the Firing Honor Squad are (left to right) Phil Wingate, Pat Hayes, Martin Coiner, Ken Cook and Dexter Thornberry. Members of the VFW and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter #63 (Clermont County) joined together to render military honors to our veterans at six cemeteries in Clermont County.
Color Guard Flag Members are (left to right) Jerry Benshoof (VFW), John Plahovinsak (DAV), Doug Fike (DAV) and Reynolds Robertson (DAV).
Bugler Jerry Stanley, of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #3954, plays “Taps” while Chaplain David Leist, of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter #63 (Clermont County) salutes at the Stonelick Township Cemetery.