Seeking grace in honoring lives lost

Tim Naylor drove Robert Parker, at left, to the Seamen’s Service in West Cornwall. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

As is traditional, Cornwall celebrated Memorial Day with three services. 

One was the Seamen’s Service at 11 a.m. at the historic Covered Bridge. Members of the Cornwall Post 9856 VFW Post processed, with flags, through the village to the old-fashioned directional sign, where Richard Sears offered an invocation in remembrance of  “all who have been, and who are today, members of the United States Armed Services.”

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