SQUADRON 1 - LITTLE ROCK
Jimmy L. Rhodes

SQUADRON 6 - POCAHONTAS
Michael K. Griffith
Lyle Guthrie

SQUADRON 27 - FAYETTEVILLE
Michael W. Hawkins

SQUADRON 34 - ATKINS
Doug Earnest

SQUADRON 64 - HEBER SPRINGS
Bruce Jameson
Fred Kohler
Gary Kuykendall
John Benny Liles
Bobby R. Qualls
Carl "Larry" Reijba
Winston F. Wager

SQUADRON 166 - AUGUSTA
Ronald T. Stephens


When Sir William Russell, the English patriot went to the scaffold in 1683, he took his watch out of his pocket and handed it to the physician who attended him in his death. “Would you kindly take my timepiece?” he asked.  “I have no use for it.  I am now dealing with eternity.”

Beethoven had a friend, a baroness, who lost her only child and was desolate from the loss.  Beethoven was so close to this family that he personally felt the loss and shared it as his own.  When he visited his friend after the memorial service, he could find no word of comfort to speak for he had no word of comfort to say.  He went to the piano and started to play a melody we now know as “The Moonlight Sonata.”

Even in the darkest night, he was trying to express the thought that there is harmony and life if we are sensitive enough to appreciate and hear.  Afterward the baroness said, “He told me everything I needed to know.”

May there be comfort for the hearts of those who have experienced the passing of their loved one, friend and comrade.
The Sons of The American Legion
Detachment of Arkansas
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