Florence, South Carolina 2021-05-31 23:10:50 –
Florence, South Carolina (WBTW) – For many, Memorial Day means cooking and enjoying a break from work. For some, it’s a day to remember a lost loved one.
“I miss him. Jean Dennis said,” I felt I needed to come out today and pay homage to him. ” I was there. She was one of many families who quietly visited her loved ones.
“It’s just one of the things you can feel more intimate with every time you come here,” says John Chandel. He drove all the way from Aiken County to pay homage. Chandel said he missed his father Dennis Chandel every day. Many visitors say they visited the graveyard feeling closer to the lost.
“I’m still talking to him, but sometimes I’m crying,” said Doris Stedham. She was there to remember her husband, James Stydam.
“He was a wonderful person. I love him. I miss him,” said Derrick Uten. “He had two purple hearts.” He almost He said he was visiting his father Robert Uten’s grave every day.
“It’s exactly what it says on my dad’s tombstone there,” Uten said. In other words, everyone here had a good fight and won. He said he was happy to have a place to honor his father and all other veterans.
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