----- Original Message ----- 
From: Steve Shewmake, District Chief
To: Don Poss
Subject: Re: VSPA: Warrior's Last Prayer

Dear Don,

Thank you so much for allowing me to put Warrior's Last Prayer on our Veteran's honor page. I know it will be of special meaning to many, many of our people. Our District Chief from South East Missouri, as well as my Father-in-law, are Vietnam Veterans, my adoptive father (now passed on) was a Korean War Vet (as also, is my Father-in-law). My biological Grandfather was a Veteran of WWII, in Normandy on the second arrival. I could go on and on, nearly every man in my biological direct line is or was a Veteran.

If it would be permissable, I would also like to include Warrior's Last Prayer along with some of your graphics (your choice, of course) on our Veteran's honor page. While I certainly understand if you would rather not but instead, remain simply with a link, I still consider it an honor to be able to direct others to your site. I must say that I appreciate the work you are doing towards the recognition of all our Veterans, however it is hard for me at times, to view so many pages without thinking of what my family must have went through, just so we could stay at home safely, and remain ignorant of the times. I hope to have the updated site online within a week, it's been since October at the last update, I've been rather lazy.

Again, thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you again!

Yehowa Adadolisdi,


"As a people, we can't forget our heritage and traditions. For if we forget where we came from, we can lose sight of who we are." ~~ Canuuk of the Maliseet

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