The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.
                                The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.
                                Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.
                                Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park. The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner. Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton. Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

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The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.

The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.

Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.

Photos courtesy of city of Renton.


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The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.
                                The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.
                                Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.
                                Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park. The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner. Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton. Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park.
                                The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner.
                                Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton.
                                Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

The city of Renton honored its fallen veterans on Monday, May 27 at Veterans Park. The event included an invocation from the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Legion Chaplain Bruce Feltmann, presentation of the colors from Renton Police Department Color Guard, councilmember Carol Ann Witschi performing the “National Anthem” and “God Bless America,” as well as speakers Mayor Denis Law, veteran Darrell Pilat and army veteran David Waggoner. Several veterans presented wreaths, courtesy of Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Renton. Photos courtesy of city of Renton.

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