Roses for heroes


It was a cold 24 degrees on Friday, Feb. 12, there was snow on the ground, and wind gusts up to 24 miles per hour made for a chilly day, but officers and members of the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial committee once again placed roses on markers at the memorial in advance of Valentine’s Day this year. The Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial was founded and established in 2005 by several local veterans who had a vision to build a beautiful tribute to all of the men and women in uniform from Ohio who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the “war on terrorism” since Sept. 11, 2001. For more information, about the memorial go to ohiofallenheroes.org.


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It was a cold 24 degrees on Friday, Feb. 12, there was snow on the ground, and wind gusts up to 24 miles per hour made for a chilly day, but officers and members of the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial committee once again placed roses on markers at the memorial in advance of Valentine’s Day this year. The Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial was founded and established in 2005 by several local veterans who had a vision to build a beautiful tribute to all of the men and women in uniform from Ohio who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the “war on terrorism” since Sept. 11, 2001. For more information, about the memorial go to ohiofallenheroes.org.

It was a cold 24 degrees on Friday, Feb. 12, there was snow on the ground, and wind gusts up to 24 miles per hour made for a chilly day, but officers and members of the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial committee once again placed roses on markers at the memorial in advance of Valentine’s Day this year. The Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial was founded and established in 2005 by several local veterans who had a vision to build a beautiful tribute to all of the men and women in uniform from Ohio who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the “war on terrorism” since Sept. 11, 2001. For more information, about the memorial go to ohiofallenheroes.org.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/48/2016/03/web1_OFHM.Roses_.SUBMITTED.jpgIt was a cold 24 degrees on Friday, Feb. 12, there was snow on the ground, and wind gusts up to 24 miles per hour made for a chilly day, but officers and members of the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial committee once again placed roses on markers at the memorial in advance of Valentine’s Day this year. The Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial was founded and established in 2005 by several local veterans who had a vision to build a beautiful tribute to all of the men and women in uniform from Ohio who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the “war on terrorism” since Sept. 11, 2001. For more information, about the memorial go to ohiofallenheroes.org. Courtesy photo