Memorial Day

Everyday the heart breaks? A window gaze of no return. Lasting thoughts. He chose to leave and stand on a dream. For a better world. Your life in his hands. A daughter he will never see. Fighting for freedom, justice and the goodness of man. It was for you, me and an ideal. Let us remember why a life of service is given by choice. Taking the knife to our own throats. Let’s commemorate the ultimate price of love.

Dedicated to Aunt Enid & Uncle Richard & Great Uncle Richard and all the many that have served in a bid for peace. 

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Aunt Enid & Uncle Richard.

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My dad and little sister at the Vietnam Wall in York, PA.

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1st Lieutenant Uncle Richard Stube US Infantry. Died at age 24.

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The Stube Family my dad is the little guy in the red jacket. Uncle Richard on the far right.

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Aunt Enid and Uncle Richard in love forever.

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