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HISTORICAL RADIO SOCIETY
IS PLEASED TO HONOR
CHARLES D. 'DOC' HERROLD
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN
THE PRESERVATION AND DOCUMENTATION OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1992:
11, Veterans Day 2011
you Veterans and your families
for your service
and your sacrifice.
Today at 10 a.m. at the
Glendale Veterans Memorial, on the east lawn of the Glendale Main Library,
5959 W. Brown, the Glendale Veterans Memorial Commission and three other
local Veterans groups will remove the old flags from the Memorial and
replace them with three new ones. A
new United States Flag, a new Arizona State Flag and a new POW/MIA Flag.
This annual ceremony is largely due to the efforts of Master Sgt.
To say a simple thank you to
a Veteran, means a lot and should not be overlooked or considered too
small a gesture. It also
means that before you say thank you, you have to first recognize what
Veterans, soldiers, sailors, nurses, doctors, have done for all of us.
Every Drop of Blood—For Every Life Devoted Veterans Memorial
Bronze, copper, steel, sandstone and concrete
This artwork includes
five welded steel trees, one for each branch of the armed services.
The intertwined limbs of each sculpted tree are symbolic of the combined
efforts of the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy and Coast Guard in the
defense of the United States. The leaves in the sculpted canopies
represent the thousands of Veterans who have served, are currently
serving and will serve in the Armed Forces. In the center is an
obelisk featuring a depiction of the battleship silver service pattern
commissioned for the USS Arizona and actual salvaged pieces from the USS
Joe Tyler currently
lives and works in Arizona. He has successfully completed public
art projects for several Valley cities, including Tempe, Scottsdale,
Mesa and Phoenix. The City of Glendale gratefully acknowledges the
Glendale Veterans Memorial Association and Bob Manzetti (donator of USS
Arizona salvaged pieces) for their help in the creation of the Veterans
Memorial. (Photo and info from
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6883.
Dooley, Sandra Shaar and Lidia Barraza of Legion Earl E. Mitchell
Post #29. Auxiliary adjusting ropes and getting ready for the
flag-raising ceremony; November 11, 2011.
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6886.
Dooley, Sandra Shaar and Lidia Barraza participate in the 2011
flag-raising ceremony at the Glendale Veterans Memorial on the
east lawn of the Glendale Main Library lawn; 5959 W. Brown Street,
Bette Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6910.
Francisco Barraza and Steve Jones ready the new United States Flag
to be flown at the Glendale Veterans Memorial.
Behind them, and new Arizona State Flag and a new PIO/MIA
Flag are being readied also.
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6909.
old flags that flew at the Glendale Veterans Memorial, are taken
down and new one will take there place.
From the left, Francisco Barraza, Rick Ornelas, and Steve
Jones properly, and carefully, fold Old Glory.
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6915.
Mayor Elaine Scruggs and Master Sgt. Wayne Crusinberry express
their appreciation and gratitude for what they have done for all
Sgt. Wayne Crusinberry, is the American Legion Post #29 Trustee
and President of Glendale Veterans Memorial Association.
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6924.
Sergeant Wayne Crusinberry was the Master of Ceremonies at the
November 11, 2011 Flag-raising event at the Glendale Veterans
Memorial on the east lawn of the Glendale Main Library.
Sharpe/Glendale Daily Planet no. 6928.
Bob Bonin, U.S. Navy, Jim Gallagher, United States Air Force and
Ken Westermeyer, Army and Senior Vice Commander Legion Post #29;
and to all veterans,