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.)
29 Jul 3 PM
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Army Air Forces
Paul Von Sprecken honors:
Thank you for your service!
Eldon Yaddof
Preston
Mech. Crew Chief
28 Jul 1 PM
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Army
Lt. Colonel Richard H. Keilig Jr honors:
SGT James Patrick Boyle served for 12 years. He was a heck of a soldier. He was an Airborne Ranger in the 52 Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. He was well liked and respected as shown by comments on his Vietnam Veterans Memorial and We Served Together pages. He was KIA in Binh Doung, Republic of Vietnam on April 17, 1968. God Bless him and all the others. His family and mine appreciate his service to our nation. Lt. Colonel Richard H. Keilig Jr. Medical Service Corps US Army Reserve (R)
SGT James Patrick Boyle
Chicago
SGT
1955-1968
28 Jul 12 PM
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Army National Guard
Ray Meyers honors:
You have continued a Meyers tradition of self sacrifice for freedom that dates back to World War 1. I am proud to have you as my son. God bless America. -Dad
Mike Meyers
Willey
E4
Iraq
28 Jul 12 PM
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Army
Richard C. Hartgrave honors:
Thank you for your service. Because of you and others like you, we are able to enjoy our freedoms.
Charles O. Allen
Cedar Rapids
Sgt.
1950-1956
28 Jul 12 PM
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Army
Jack honors:
Thank you for your service!
Jack J. King

LTC
1960-1980
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