Published: April 25, 2009
SFC Brian Hall Memorial Service Program...
By Wayne Bellows
Sgt. Hall's memorial was well attended. The church was filled. It was a beautiful tribute to Sgt. Hall and his family. He was awarded not only the American Flag, but the Bronze Star and his promotion to SFC which had been in the order of progression prior to his death.
A PPS covered his childhood to present that wrapped up the memorial at the church. Patriot Guard Riders were a major presence. In additon to standing a Flag Line, they escorted the casket from the church to the burial site. I took a photo of the casket resting on the fire dept. engine.
Louise Stanley Soldiers' Angels
"May no veteran be forgotten"
P. O. Box 201,
Somerset, CA 95684
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