Memorial Day 2022
This year for Memorial Day, Chapel Hill member John Roberts conceived of an idea that we are putting into practice to honor the memories of those brave men and women who gave their lives in service to our country, as well as their families and friends like you.
Throughout the morning on May 29, we’ll have two special display areas in the lobby for those who sacrificed their lives in past wars as well as one for those who have served in past wars and have since died.
Here’s how it will work: we’ll have two separate forms…one for loved ones who died in past wars, and one for loved ones who served in past wars and have since died. You pick up or download a form and fill it out; include the name, a photo (if you have one available), military branch/rank/war or conflict/casualty date or date of passing. Then return the form to us and we’ll add it to the display on May 29.
We invite you to pick up an appropriate form from the wood wall or download it here (for those who died in wars past) or here (for those who fought in wars and have since passed away).
Please fill out your form for the family member or friend you want to remember (including their photo if possible) and return it to the wood wall no later than Sunday, May 22, or to the front desk (attention Carie Gordy) no later than Monday, May 23.
If you want to send your form via email, please email Carie Gordy no later than Monday, May 16.
Read about Chapel Hill member John Roberts’ choices for Memorial Day here and think about who you wish to remember.