Here’s to those who served and died

Raymond Harold Cargill, United States Army Air Corps and United States Army Air Forces, 1941-1945.

Tombstone of Raymond Harold Cargill (1924-1983), Jay Chapel, Madera, California.

Tombstone of Raymond Harold Cargill (1924-1983), Jay Chapel, Madera, California. Photo by Len Cargill, May 25, 2015.

And while my grandfather didn’t die during his military service, I cannot help but remember him today. Has it really been 32 years?

To all those who gave their lives serving in this country’s armed forces, thank you. Today, we remember.

And thank you, Grandpa. I miss you. -Bobby

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