Episode 9

Published on:

14th Dec 2019

SRVD.VET presents: Wreaths Across America Day


Our Fallen U.S. Veterans.


Those who Serve.


Your children the Value of Freedom.

Episode 9 | SRVD.VET presents: Wreaths Across America Day

The donation of wreaths from the Worcester Wreath Co. began as a personal tribute from the Worcester family to military veterans who gave their lives for this country. The family quietly made these wreath donations to Arlington National Cemetery for nearly 15 years before a photo set them on a path they hadn’t dreamed about.

For Wreaths Across America, wreath quality is important.

Symbolically, wreaths represent everlasting life. These seemingly simple evergreens are so much more than a decoration placed on a grave. Wreaths Across America exists because hundreds of thousands of people across the United States and abroad responded to the emotional power of these wreaths and their simple ability to honor military members and their families. To this day, the outpouring of donations from thankful Americans humbles the Worcester family and makes them proud to be a part of something they never foresaw or intended.

Engage :

  • https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org
  • https://worcesterwreath.com

Resources used:

  • https://www.defense.gov/explore/story/Article/1712136/wreaths-across-america-how-one-tribute-started-a-movement/
  • https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/how-wreaths-across-america-works
  • https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/our-story
  • https://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/remember-honor-teach/#remember

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"SRVD" is simply the word "SERVED". This SRVD journey started exactly 4 years ago -- you see around this time period in 2015, I had achieved my goal of reaching 20 years of Honorable Military Service. I was ready to start my 'normal-civilian-life' -- what I didn't know was that the biggest challenge of my entire life was just brewing and in a few short months... I was going to become, "That GUY"--lost in the dark valley of my mind without a plan...