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National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day 2017, also referred to as Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or Pearl Harbor Day, is observed annually in the United States on December 7, to remember and honor the 2,403 citizens of the United States who were killed in the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December 7, 1941.

On August 23, 1994, the United States Congress, by Pub.L. 103–308, designated December 7 of each year as National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.[1] On Pearl Harbor Day, the American flag should be flown at half-staff until sunset to honor those who died as a result of the attack on U.S. Military and naval forces in Hawaii.
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At Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation, we are honored and humbled by each and every person that enters our care, at their most troubling time in their life with the death of a loved one. Ms. Marieanne Bain recently shared a few kind words about her experience with our team...

"I cannot say enough good things about Georgia Funeral Care. I was treated with the utmost compassion. When I came by to pick up the death certificates, the gentleman (I cannot remember his name)sat and talked to me about my mother for about 30 minutes. He gave me some great advice about how to deal with my grief and I will always remember what he said to me." - Marianne Bain
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Georgia Funeral Care Flag presentation at Felton Manor, in Cartersville, GA

On Thursday, July 27, 2017, Georgia Funeral Care founder Kevin R. Marcy and Darrell Waits, Georgia Funeral Care Veteran Liason, held a flag presentation at Felton Manor, in Cartersville, GA. Family and friends were invited to attend this ceremony to honor 5 veterans for the sacrifice and service to our nation. With the help of Chris and Rocky of Heartland Hospice, Kevin and Darrell welcomed everyone, had a prayer and said the Pledge of Allegiance. Then each veteran was introduced and were given a few minutes to talk about their military experience and then were personally presented a full sized folded military burial flag. After the ceremony those gathered were treated to cake and had a chance to visit with our honored recipients.

Veterans Honored:

Fuller Bates (Army) - WWII Infantry who enlisted in 1940
Russell Smith (Navy) - WWII Navy radioman in a Gruman seaplane. enlisted at age 16 and served from 1942-1946
Luther (Monty) Montgomery - WWII Navy serving 1945-1948
John (Bob) Turner - US Navy from 1952-1954 served as a Damage Control Fireman
Jack Harris - WWII Army Ambulance Driver serving from 1943-1946.
"We started doing these presentation because we wanted these heroes to be honored before their deaths and know how much they are appreciated" says Georgia Funeral Care founder, Kevin R. Marcy. "We will organize a flag presentation ceremony for any veteran at their home, nursing home, hospice or hospital.

Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services is a Veterans Funeral Care affiliate.
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We are available 24/7 so you can be sure we will be there when you need us. Call today to learn more.
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Pre-planning is a great way to remove all of the stress and time of planning for the always unexpected funeral. Call today to learn more!
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We are available 24/7 to help your family no matter when you need it.
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Wishing you all a happy New Year from our family to yours!
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We take pride in working with you to make sure everything goes smoothly and to your liking. Call today to start planning.
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We offer pre-planning services to take the burden and stress off of your family by having everything already planned. Call today to learn more.
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When a military veteran passes, they deserve a proper burial honoring their service to our nation. Call today to learn how we coordinate a proper burial for veterans.
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