From left, are Robert Pignatello, LHU president; Joby Topper, USAF, LHU library director and guest speaker; Jennifer Hagaman, Clinton County Veterans Affairs director and Master of Ceremonies; Bill Bechdel, recently retired Veterans Affairs director, who received a 9/11 Moving Tribute flag; Susan Muthler, with VETS+, who presented the Moving Tribute flags; Tammy McCloskey 9/11 Moving Tribute flag recipient; and Pete Smeltz, Clinton County commissioner.
A Veterans Day ceremony, sponsored by Lock Haven University and the Clinton County Veterans Affairs (CCVA) office, was held Monday, Nov. 11 at the Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center.
Joby Topper, USAF and LHU library director, was the guest speaker and Jennifer Hagaman, USAF and CCVA director, served as master of ceremonies.
Bill Bechdel, recently retired CCVA director and Tammy McCloskey, both received 9/11 Moving Tribute flags, presented by Susan Muthler with VETS+.
LHU President, Robert Pignatello and Pete Smeltz, Clinton County commissioner, both gave remarks. Pastor Donna Batschelet offered the Benediction. Moncia Anderson, USAR, played the trumpet and John MacMillen, USAF, played the bagpipes during the ceremony.
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