Column remembers our fallen on Memorial Day

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Memorial Day allows us the chance to remember those heroes who died during military service to our country. Originally called Decoration Day, it was officially declared a national day of remembrance by President Lyndon B. Johnson in May 1966.

Rev. Mike Heese, a senior pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Fla., recently wrote a column about Coast Guard Machinery Technician 3rd Class, Lonnie M. Jones - just one of the countless thousands of brave men and women we honor on Memorial Day.

Click here to read his column.

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