Wednesday, 28 May 2014 13:38

A lone bugler Rev. James Thomas Post 38, honored Dundalk’s war dead with the traditional call of “Taps” during a Memorial Day remembrance at the war memorial at Oak Lawn Cemetery on Monday, as part of American Legion Post 38’s daylong observance of Memorial Day. photo by Roland Dorsey




( from top ) Members of the Dundalk American Legion Post 38 color guard mark Memorial Day at Oak Lawn Cemetery; members of Dundalk Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 21(from left) Ernest E. Laws and C.E. Overman Jr. attend services at Veterans Park; saluting fallen heroes; a Post 38 firing squad honors deceased service members; Post 38 members look on during services at Oak Lawn; (next, from top ) veteran John Reiman honors the fallen; members mark the day at the Post 38 home on Dundalk Avenue; Post 38 member Thomas O’Rourke speaks; DAV members (from left) Gary Ingregno, Douglass R. Hott Jr., Ernest E. Laws and Ray L. Davis remember their fallen brethren; color guard members present the flag.
photos by Roland Dorsey