Plymouth remembers the fallen



Plymouth marked Memorial Day with its annual parade followed by a solemn ceremony of remembrance at Union Cemetery. Featured speaker, retired Army officer and retired consultant/trainer William Ray, reminded the audience that the fallen who served their country were ordinary people who did extraordinary things in extraordinary times. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Plymouth marked Memorial Day with its annual parade followed by a solemn ceremony of remembrance at Union Cemetery. Featured speaker, retired Army officer and retired consultant/trainer William Ray, reminded the audience that the fallen who served their country were ordinary people who did extraordinary things in extraordinary times. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner









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