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Veterans with Flowers

Our Fallen Heroes

"In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Jim "Jop" Joplin

James retired as an E7 from the US Army where he served for 37 years and was a member of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Assoc. After retirement from the military, he was a furnace operator at Kenne Metal.

He is remembered and missed.


Thomas "Mayhem" Canady

Brandi Majerus presented him with the 2017 Chapter "Angle Coin".

He is remembered and missed.


James "Bull" Bachman

Jim proudly served his country in the United States Army. He served with utmost honor and distinction for 30 years, reaching the rank of Colonel.

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John "Cochise" Bosch

June 26th, 1962 - February 28, 2011

Father, Son, Brother, Friend, Combat Veteran, Patriot--Army Ranger, 1st BN, 75th Airborne Infantry Made a Combat Jump during the invasion of Granada. CIB Recipient.

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Jeffery "BBG" Wilson

Jeffrey “BBG” Wilson - Sergeant At Arms: Oct 2, 1958 - Oct 21, 2020. Served in the Navy (1977) as a Radioman aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN-65), Army National Guard (1986) as a Combat Medic, Army (1993) as a Cavalry Scout, completing two tours of duty in Iraq. In 2010, he medically retired from the Army as a Staff Sergeant. He worked as a Health Tech at the VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System in Murfreesboro. 


Bill "Lifer" Stayt

Mar 14, 1944 - Nov. 3rd, 2012

Husband, Father, Brother, Combat Veteran and Patriot. Bill proudly served 25 years in the Navy Seabees, and retired a highly decorated Builder Senior Chief Petty Officer. Spent three tours in Vietnam.


Sylvia "Sleepytime" Abernathy

Sylvia "Sleepytime" Abernathy was known for her smile, open and loving to everyone. She never let her kidney disease (Focal Segmental glomerulosclerosis) stop her from enjoying life. Many will never know all that she did for 18-1,she will never be forgotten and will forever be missed!!

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