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Public invited to veterans memorial installation

| Friday, November 9, 2018 10:45 a.m

The public is invited to the installation of a veterans memorial on the grounds of Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home and Crematory, at 11 a.m. Nov. 10.

The memorial, created by the Monument Company, was designed by Eagle Scout Luke Lipowcan, 17, of Carrick, and funeral home president Harry Neel as a dedication to local servicemen and women in honor of Veterans Day.

“When Luke called for help with his Eagle Scout project, we were honored to help him make it an amazing piece that all would be proud of,” said Neel.

The unveiling ceremony will include a special presentation by Lipowcan, a member of Scout Troop 296 of Brentwood, at the veterans section of the Oak Knoll Garden.

Jefferson Memorial Cemetery, Funeral Home and Crematory is located at 301 Curry Hollow Road.

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