New York, NY (PRWEB) July 30, 2013 -- NBC News in the story ‘Hundreds Gather for Fallen Kennewick Soldier's Funeral’ notes that Robert Ellis was honored with a 21 gun salute on July 1. SunsetFinances.com offers five ways to honor members of the military who gave their lives.
1. Create an online memorial - Set up a website honoring a loved one who has given their life in battle. Note the military honors they have received and how they have made life better. Write a biography how he or she has helped to defend our country.
2. Fly a flag outside of one’s home - Remember a deceased member of the military by flying a flag half-mast outside of one’s home. This is an excellent way to honor a member of the armed forces who sacrificed his or her life.
3. Create a memorial in one’s town - Set up a memorial to remember a member of the armed forces who gave his or her life. The best memorials are ones that help the community. For example, donating books to a local school or a library in a loved one’s honor is an excellent way to remember a loved one.
4. Obtain a military plaque citation - An excellent way to honor a member of the military who gave his or her life to defend our country is to obtain a military plaque citation for his or her grave stone. It will recognize the awards that the soldier received.
5. Honor them by donating one’s time to help other military families - One excellent way to honor a deceased member of the armed forces is to donate one’s time to help other grieving families or members of the armed forces who have been injured in war.
SunsetFinances.com notes that hundreds of people gathered to mourn the loss of Robert Ellis on July 1. SunsetFinances.com offers five ways to honor members of the military who gave their lives.
SunsetFinances.com is devoted to honoring those who have served their country. SunsetFinances.com understands how people have impacted our lives and fought for our country.
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