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County Coroner Invites Community to Unattended Veterans Service Next Week

The Bucks County Coroner is inviting the community to join  an Unattended Veterans Service at Washington Crossing National Cemetery next Thursday. 

The ceremony will be held at 830 Highland Road, Newtown PA, 18940 on Thursday, April 28th at 2:00pm. The Coroner’s Offices will be interring four unclaimed veterans of Bucks County with full military honors.

The veterans include:

Anthony Fermamento, U.S. Army (Rank: SP4), from Quakertown Borough

Samuel McCormick, U.S. Army (Rank: SP4), from Morrisville Borough

David McQuaid, U.S. Navy (Rank: YN3), from Falls Township

William Temple, U.S. Navy (Rank: BT2), from Lower Southampton Township

During the ceremony, the veterans’ names will be read, and the Pennsylvania Military Honors team will present the flag on the behalf of the veterans. A rifle salute and live Taps will be provided. After the ceremony, the veterans will each be placed in their own niche in the columbarium which will be engraved with “Proudly Served.”

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County Coroner Invites Community to Unattended Veterans Service Next Week

The Bucks County Coroner is inviting the community to join  an Unattended Veterans Service at Washington Crossing National Cemetery next Thursday. 

The ceremony will be held at 830 Highland Road, Newtown PA, 18940 on Thursday, April 28th at 2:00pm. The Coroner’s Offices will be interring four unclaimed veterans of Bucks County with full military honors.

The veterans include:

Anthony Fermamento, U.S. Army (Rank: SP4), from Quakertown Borough

Samuel McCormick, U.S. Army (Rank: SP4), from Morrisville Borough

David McQuaid, U.S. Navy (Rank: YN3), from Falls Township

William Temple, U.S. Navy (Rank: BT2), from Lower Southampton Township

During the ceremony, the veterans’ names will be read, and the Pennsylvania Military Honors team will present the flag on the behalf of the veterans. A rifle salute and live Taps will be provided. After the ceremony, the veterans will each be placed in their own niche in the columbarium which will be engraved with “Proudly Served.”

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