Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills


Friday, May 30th, 2014
Issue 22, Volume 18.


Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Rachel Allen performs each U.S. military branch song on the trumpet during the Atria Vintage Hills senior living veteran pinning event hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice on Wed. May 21, 2014.
Rachel Allen performs each U.S. military branch song on the trumpet during the Atria Vintage Hills senior living veteran pinning event hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice on Wed. May 21, 2014.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - The Elizabeth Hospice volunteer and retired Navy Corpsman, Red Ramos, was the master of ceremonies during the veteran pinning event at Atria Vintage Hills senior living in Temecula on Wed. May 21, 2014.
The Elizabeth Hospice volunteer and retired Navy Corpsman, Red Ramos, was the master of ceremonies during the veteran pinning event at Atria Vintage Hills senior living in Temecula on Wed. May 21, 2014.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Retired USN Chief, Kenneth Hedrick, leads in singing the National Anthem during the veteran pinning event hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice at Atria Vintage Hills senior living.
Retired USN Chief, Kenneth Hedrick, leads in singing the National Anthem during the veteran pinning event hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice at Atria Vintage Hills senior living.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Retired U.S. Marine Corp Major, Bruce Cripe, speaks during the veteran pinning event at Atria Vintage Hills senior living in Temecula on Wed. May 21, 2014.
Retired U.S. Marine Corp Major, Bruce Cripe, speaks during the veteran pinning event at Atria Vintage Hills senior living in Temecula on Wed. May 21, 2014.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Walter Cross (left) receives a veteran appreciation certificate and pin from U.S. Marine Corp Captain, Taylor Dodd.
Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Walter Cross (left) receives a veteran appreciation certificate and pin from U.S. Marine Corp Captain, Taylor Dodd.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Richard Schott (right) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Loren Bernal.
Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Richard Schott (right) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Loren Bernal.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Quin Gustason (right) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Kyle Duck.
Atria Vintage Hills resident and USN veteran, Quin Gustason (right) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Kyle Duck.

Veterans honored during ceremony at Atria Vintage Hills - Shane Gibson photo. - Atria Vintage Hills resident and U.S. Marine Corp veteran, Bradley Cate (left) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Henry Luciano.
Atria Vintage Hills resident and U.S. Marine Corp veteran, Bradley Cate (left) receives an appreciation pin from U.S. Marine Corp Lance Corporal, Henry Luciano.


 

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