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Veterans Day
Honoring Those Who
Have Served!

John F. Diekema
US Navy
Thank you
for
your service,
my friend.

Dean L. Jost
US Army
SGT.
Never
Forgotten

The Mason City
National Society
Daughters of the
American Revolution
proudly honors and
thanks all veterans
who have served
our country.

Charles “Chubba” Harris
1930-2019
US Marine Corp
SGT E-5
Chubba: Promises
made, promises kept.
Always on my mind.
–Your Quartermaster

Angelica Brager

Dean M. Molstad

Army National Guard
SGT
It’s been a little over a year
on your return. So proud of
you. You’re very strong and
beautiful. Proud to call you
my daughter. Love, Mom,
Fred & Family

US Army
PFC – T15
Dad – You served
our great country and
made us proud.
We miss you.

Charles H. “Chuck” Kraft

Duane Kuhlers

August 26, 1960 – December 9, 2014
US Marine Corp ‘78-‘82
E5 SGT
A very special man, son,
brother, husband, father &
friend – and a great Marine.
Love by all that knew him.
Will always be in our hearts.
Semper-Fi

US Army
Private

Thank you
for
your service.

Explore the history of Veteran’s Day
Service members make numerous sacrifices in defense of their countries.
While the debts to service members may never be the kind that can be
repaid in full, paying tribute to veterans, on Veteran’s Day and throughout
the year, can be a great way to show them just how much their efforts are
appreciated.

Paying tribute to veterans, on Veteran’s Day and throughout
the year, can be a great way to show them just how much
their efforts are appreciated.

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Never was so much owed by so many to so few.
~ Winston Churchill

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Veteran’s Day is a byproduct of the end of World War I, when Germany
and the Allied Nations signed the Treaty of Versailles, formally ceasing
fighting and establishing terms of peace. On November 11, 1919, the first
anniversary of the signing of the treaty, the first Armistice Day events
were held. Armistice Day was initially a legal holiday to honor the end of
World War I only, states History.com. The United States Congress passed
a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and November 11 became
a national holiday starting in 1938. However, in 1954, after the country
had been embroiled in both World War II and the Korean War, Congress
amended the Act of 1938 by renaming the commemoration “Veteran’s
Day” to honor veterans of all wars.

Thank you
For Your Service

We thank you.
First Citizens Bank

Veteran’s Day begins with Armistice Day

To America’s
Veterans & Their
Families

HONORING ALL WHO SERVED...

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HERE TO SERVE ALL VETERANS PRESENT
AND TO REMEMBER ALL VETERANS PAST

AMERICAN LEGION POST 101
AND
MASON CITY HONOR GUARDS

Honoring Veterans
Past, Present
& Future

Thank you for your faithful service!
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