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 Paul D. Pate






 
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.)
27 May 2 PM
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Marine Corps
John honors:
Thank you for your service to our country. Everyone should remember that "Freedom isn't Free". It is a pleasure to work with you and know you!
Ken Thompson
Council Bluffs
L/Cpl
1983-1986
27 May 10 AM
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Army
James Wayman Jr. honors:
For your continued service as a member and officer of VFW post.
Richard Ryba
Council Bluffs
E5
1966-1968
26 May 9 PM
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Army National Guard
Joel J. Fengel honors:
Thank you for all that you taught me!
Glenn C. Fengel
Villisca
SSGT
34 yrs
26 May 11 AM
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Navy
Renee Bridges honors:
Served on USS Croaker SS-246, and USS Daniel Webster SSBN-626.
Collyn Glen Bridges
Klemme, Iowa
MMII(E-5)
1962-1966
26 May 11 AM
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Army
Renee Douglas Bridges honors:
My father was in the Battle of the Bulge. He never talked about his time in the war. That generation just came home and tried to start a new life without expecting a lot of praise for what they did. But they did SO much for this country.
Clifford E. Douglas
Rodman, IA
PFC
WWII
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