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Calvary Cemetery
Windsor Highway
New Windsor , NY 12553
(845) 561-5473
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Vietnam vet makes sure others aren't forgotten - Times Herald-Record

Sat, Nov 12, 2011
For Lottie Hiatt of Liberty: "She volunteered for the Army Air Corps, serving as a flight line dispatcher at Marana Field, a pilot training base in Arizona." For Charles Monroe Davis of New Windsor: "He served proudly on a PT boat as a cook in the Pacific Ocean." He signs them, "Honored by a thankful American." Marrinan still visits cemeteries to find the graves of soldiers who may have been forgotten. He honors them on the website. And he doesn't forget the World War II vets who are alive. He wrote this about Joseph B. Livingston of Port Jervis: "Witnessed the sinking of the USS Reuben James on October 31, 1941. Assisted in rescuing the 44 survivors of the 159-man crew ..." Today, some 740 veterans who kept us safe during World War II die each day. Only 1.7 million of the 16 million who served are alive. Too many of our veterans are already forgotten. On this Veterans Day, we should pause to remember and thank all of them. We should also thank Kevin Thomas Marrinan of Eldred for keeping their memories alive — even though he brushes off the thanks, this veteran who brushes the litter off those graves. "This shouldn't be about me," he says. "It's about them." Reader Reaction We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation. Please check our Community Rules for more information. We ask that you report content that you in good faith believe violates the above rules by clicking the Flag link next to the offending comment. New comments are only accepted for two weeks from the date of publication. Most Clicked Stories 2 people charged with felony drug crimes after traffic stop Legislator Amo disavows Valley View vote Cornwall zooms to state semis Loch Sheldrake man charged with felony DWI Verizon union marchers to meet with Occupy Wall Street protesters ...

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