Hero’s Bridge honored local heroes during the month of November.

Hero’s Bridge is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to serving older veterans. We serve, stand by, and honor our veterans, age 65 and older, anywhere they live and at no expense to our heroes or their families.

Volunteers provide oral recordings of our veterans to the Library of Congress.During November 2018 in keeping with our mission and vision, we featured local community members (age 65 and older) who served our nation, volunteers who work with our organization, and members of our staff and their family.

Many veterans we serve were on active duty in WWII, Korea and Vietnam, and many of our volunteers served active duty in other wars.

We believe military service deserves respect and acknowledgment, and we had the community assist us on this project of honoring veterans during the entire month. Hero’s Bridge is thankful for everyone who contributed to this initiative.

Some veterans were featured in articles posted on this website. Some of those include James Pride, Robert Iadeluca, Bill Hadden, Paul Hermes, Raymond Gustin, and Paul Infeld.

Hero’s Bride encourages you to recognize and honor these individuals, as well as all veterans not only on Veterans Day, but every day of the year.

Hero’s Bridge has posted a video of this tribute on our Facebook page, take the time to view and appreciate all those who served. Thank you to all veterans; Hero’s Bridge will never forget your service and sacrifices.