Honoring Those Who Have Served
Long time Signal subscriber and neighbor of my ole Army buddy, Stan Cockerell, who served with me in Vietnam, Pam Ross recently met me at
Henry James, nicknamed Jack, is a soft spoken fellow with an unmistakable Texas drawl who loves this Country enormously. A true American patriot, he is.
As I sat talking with John Edwards at Valencia’s Corner Bakery recently, it dawned on me that I was speaking with a true American hero
Here’s another outstanding Santa Clarita Valley WWII Veteran, who at 95 years of age is sharp as a tack. His memory and articulation is simply
After spending time with Cal Erickson and his lovely wife Jean, I found them to be most welcoming and engaging. Cal is a proud member
At age 95, Richard Van Der Hart Roelofs’ memory and articulation remain remarkable. He recited his WWII experiences quickly with so much detail that I
Paul Yadlosky, like so many other patriotic citizens during our WWII era, realized at an early age that it was a solemn duty to serve
Talking with Tom Tucker and hearing his life’s experiences was such an honor. You see, I never spoke with my dear ole Dad about his
Every time I interview a veteran, I am constantly impressed with their amazing experiences, lifelong achievements, their deep sense of patriotism and their love for
Let me introduce you to Randy Phillips, one of Santa Clarita Valley’s most kindhearted and giving citizens. I can only presume that Randy’s experiences facing
Meet Larry Reyes, part Apache and one of Santa Clarita’s most patriotic Veterans who served 20 years in the US Navy and continues serving America through
Jim Hackett, recipient of two Purple Hearts, has led an amazing life from combat service to his acting profession to his lengthy law enforcement career.
Gil Murphy was born May 28, 1940, in Burbank and attended Burbank High School graduating in 1958. After two years at Glendale Junior College, he
After enduring tragedy in childhood, Gordon Rogers went on to perform one of the most hair-raising duties during World War II as a teenager, participating
James Allison was born July 13, 1983 at Henry Mayo Hospital in Valencia. He attended Meadows Elementary, Placerita Junior High and Hart High School, graduating
Meeting the Brave is The Signal’s six-part video series taking a unique snapshot into the valiant efforts taken by six local veterans to protect freedom and the values we have as Americans.
The series is hosted by Vietnam War veteran and Santa Clarita resident Bill Reynolds, one of the “Boys of ’67,” Charlie Company, 4th/47th, 9th Infantry Division.