Honor A Veteran

Honor A Veteran

Honor a Veteran is a program that honors the sacrifices that Veterans have made throughout history to protect our freedoms and our sacred right to vote. Please Honor a Veteran by leaving a personal message for a military member today and by wearing your Honor a Veteran pin on Election Day. -Secretary of State Matt Schultz

 
 


 

Please fill out the following information to Honor a Veteran and a complimentary Honor a Veteran lapel pin will be sent to you to wear on Election Day: (Register to Vote)

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  • Lapel pins with be delivered prior to the November election.
  • Once your information is entered your message to a Veteran will be posted on the Honor a Veteran Page. (Please Note: the Secretary of State's office reserves the right to edit any submissions and/or remove any inappropriate language or testimonial.)
11 Nov 12 PM
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Other
Milroy children honors:
Mom, Thank you for your service. We love you! Your children.
Grace Milroy
Vinton

WWII
11 Nov 12 PM
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Marine Corps
Milroy Children honors:
Dad, Thank you for your service! Wounded during combat in Japan. Love, your children
Boyd Milroy
Vinton

WWII
11 Nov 11 AM
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Army
Kathy Street honors:
My dad is a hero and a rock to our whole family. He left the Montezuma area to serve in the Korean War, and he was later stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, where my mom, Marilyn Gosselink, joined him when she became his bride. He was the recipient of several awards, including 2 Purple Hearts. Now with 4 children, 9 grandchildren, and 22 great-grandchildren his leadership has never stopped and his faith in God has given us all direction in life. With much love and respect . . .
Norlan Wendell Schultz
Fremont
Sergeant 1st Class
1951-1953
10 Nov 9 AM
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Army
Ralph Alshouse honors:
World War I, spent 1916-1918 in Army 30th Division. Experience in the trenches, three soldiers able to come home. Dad was one of the three.
J.S. Alshouse
Oelwein

WWI
9 Nov 7 AM
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Army
nancy barkema honors:
Thank you so much for your service to our country. Thank you for fighting so that we could all have the good life we have today. your granddaughter has followed in your footsteps and she is proud to serve her country also. Love You DAD.
george wenzel
belmond
Corporal
1952-1954
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