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Veterans continue service in honor, color guard

9:42 PM, May 27, 2013
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Memorial Day might be the symbolic start of the summer season, but for local military veterans, it's the time to acknowledge the tremendous sacrifices of those who died serving their country.

Front and center in the city's annual Memorial Day Parade and ceremony in Hillside Cemetery's Field of Honor was the contingent of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1866 members who form the honor and color guard.

"Too many people think of Memorial Day as a vacation day. It's not. This is the day to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country," said Don Riedel, who has served more than 40 ...

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