National Lumber Celebrates the Contributions of Veterans, Then and Now

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Honoring All Who Served, Veterans Day, Nov 11, 2015. Our locations will be open with regular hours.

Celebrating the Contributions of Veterans, Then and Now

On Veterans Day, we have a reminder to stop at least for a moment and remember the honorable men and women who have protected our freedom, then and now.

Manny Pina, Marine Corporal in Vietnam, 1968-69

Manny Pina, Marine Corporal in Vietnam, 1968-69

Then: They put themselves in harm’s way. Whether in the great world wars against global aggressors, foreign wars with or without the support of the public, or in more recent war zones, they did what was expected of them and served proudly.

Now: They have returned home and worked hard in a chosen field, showing themselves to be reliable whatever the task. Many also contribute by volunteering in their communities. You may not even realize how many of your co-workers are veterans, because they don’t look for recognition. But some have not had a smooth transition from combat back to civilian life. Let us remember those who now need our support, since their service was on our behalf.

Manny Pina, President of National Lumber Company

Manny Pina, President of National Lumber Company

There are still dangerous areas around the world where our military serves in the name of freedom, with the hope of bringing peace. Do your part by honoring their service with your words and actions. They have done so much. What will you do now for them? God bless America.

(PDF Flyer version)

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