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We are proud of the veterans who work for our company.  Steve Rainey joined the US Marine Corps when he was 17 years old. He landed in Vietnam in 1965 in the first major troop commitment of the war. His first station was at Chu Lai, south of Da Nang, providing security for the airstrip

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I never knew about this before.  England’s Stonehenge or Egypt’s Karnak or Abu Simbel have nothing on us.  Our memorial even has a plaque pedestal to explain it all.   Once a year at 11:11 am the sun shines perfectly on this Memorial.  At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun’s rays

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You might say that the family that hunts together has a special camaraderie inspired by adrenaline driven shared adventures. Also, they never lack for exciting stories to tell, and not least, they have no need to buy meat.  Jeanette Clever, a Witter, Arkansas grandmother says, “When I was growing up my family never bought meat

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The birthdate of a deceased family member is one of those special dates that has the power to hurt us because it recalls the loss, the coulda, shoulda beens. We do our best to cope, trying to lessen the pain while coveting sweet memories. Our grandkids bake birthday cakes in remembrance of their papa. Other

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