Honoring those who served


Provided photo Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds places a wreath at Piqua’s Veterans Memorial in solidarity with the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the national movement to place Christmas or winter wreaths on the graves of veterans across America on Dec. 17. Assisting is James Robinson, an Air Force veteran who recently spearheaded the effort to refurbish the Veterans Memorial. Ben Zimmerman, far right, of the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, provided the beautiful wreath as a tribute to all veterans for their service to our country.

Provided photo Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds places a wreath at Piqua’s Veterans Memorial in solidarity with the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the national movement to place Christmas or winter wreaths on the graves of veterans across America on Dec. 17. Assisting is James Robinson, an Air Force veteran who recently spearheaded the effort to refurbish the Veterans Memorial. Ben Zimmerman, far right, of the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, provided the beautiful wreath as a tribute to all veterans for their service to our country.


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Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds places a wreath at Piqua’s Veterans Memorial in solidarity with the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the national movement to place Christmas or winter wreaths on the graves of veterans across America on Dec. 17. Assisting is James Robinson, an Air Force veteran who recently spearheaded the effort to refurbish the Veterans Memorial. Ben Zimmerman, far right, of the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, provided the beautiful wreath as a tribute to all veterans for their service to our country.

Provided photo Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds places a wreath at Piqua’s Veterans Memorial in solidarity with the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the national movement to place Christmas or winter wreaths on the graves of veterans across America on Dec. 17. Assisting is James Robinson, an Air Force veteran who recently spearheaded the effort to refurbish the Veterans Memorial. Ben Zimmerman, far right, of the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, provided the beautiful wreath as a tribute to all veterans for their service to our country.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_Mayor-Placing-Wreath.jpgProvided photo Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds places a wreath at Piqua’s Veterans Memorial in solidarity with the ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and the national movement to place Christmas or winter wreaths on the graves of veterans across America on Dec. 17. Assisting is James Robinson, an Air Force veteran who recently spearheaded the effort to refurbish the Veterans Memorial. Ben Zimmerman, far right, of the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home, provided the beautiful wreath as a tribute to all veterans for their service to our country.