I don't think that I could ever say that one thing I have done or person I have met or something I have learned is more important or special than the other, but being on the field at Three Rivers Stadium and then being able to take part in the POW/MIA Vigil by holding The American Flag will always be my proudest moments.
These were the candles that lit up the park during the night.
This was a truck that we saw parked at Point State Park. I told my mom that
we need to get one of these!
The VVI begins the closing ceremony.......
Retiring of the Colors
I would like to tell everyone how thankful I am to Commander Stephen Willison, Vice Commander Dan Wolfe, Ladies Auxiliary Secretary Brenda Wolfe, of the Tarentum VFW Post 5758, and Mr. John Devlin for everything they have done for me, allowed me to do, have showed me and have taught me. They have become an important part of my life and because of them I know that I must carry the torch so that my generation will always remember what the Veterans have done for us and to continue to fight for our POW/MIA's.  I would also like to thank the VVI of Pittsburgh for allowing me to be a part of the POW/MIA Vigil at Point State Park, which meant so much to me. And to Doc, I don't know what I could say that I haven't already! Although I haven't been able to meet him personally, he too is an important part of my life and it means so much to me to be able to share everything I am doing with Doc. All of you are very special to me and I am a better person because you are a part of my life!