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Vol. LXV, No. 46
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What does Veteran’s Day mean to you?” (Asked at the Veteran’s Day ceremony)

 

“I have come out today to honor everyone who has served in uniform for the last 235 years.”

— Bruce Kmosko, Lawrenceville


“It represents the sacrifice of our armed forces. Today brings to life what it is to be a soldier and the sacrifice that is necessary. Take a minute to identify with the sacrifices that soldiers make every day.”

— Kevin Boucher, Bordentown


“Veteran’s Day is a day for the people who served in the armed forces. It represents them and shows them how well they did.”

— Sean Donovan, East Windsor

 

“It reminds me of friends and relatives who have served their country one way or another, both men and women. It is a somber day.”

— Herb Hobler, Princeton


Cam: “Having been in the military, I understand the unbelievable sacrifices that people make 24 hours a day — that never goes away from me.

Lorraine: “My late husband was in the Air Force and my father was in the Coast Guard. Veteran’s Day has personal meaning. It is an important day to be recognized.”

— Cam Amirzafari (left) and Lorraine Simbala, Princeton


>“Every day is Veteran’s Day in our household. My brother is active in the military, and has been deployed so many times with so little time between deployment. We worry about him and he worries about his family. Veteran’s Day is about reminding the American public that we have not forgotten their service and their contribution to our country and our freedoms.”

— Sue Nemeth, Princeton

 


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