This is a great program put on by Green Beans Coffee. It only takes $2, and it will bring a smile to a soldier (and a cup of coffee to their hand!) stationed overseas. It’s easy to do and a great way to support our troops that won’t be home for fireworks – and if they do see fireworks, they’re likely to not be the good kind! Send a Cup Of Joe now!
Post member Ronnie Keen passed away Wednesday. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. His full obituary is on the Lancaster News website:
C. Ronald “Ronnie” Keen, 64, of Lancaster, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at the Essa Flory Hospice Center, Lancaster.
Born January 15, 1947 in Lancaster, he was the son of Elizabeth Jane “Bette” (Nauffts) Keen and the late Charles J. Keen. He was married to Patricia M. “Patty” (Jones) Keen on April 16, 1966.
A Veteran of the Vietnam War, Ronnie proudly served with the U.S. Army with the 1st Calvary Division.
He retired from Hamilton Watch Company in Lancaster after 40 years of service. Following retirement, Ronnie worked at Neffsville Veterinary Clinic and a short time at AMT Music Theatre.
He will be sorely missed by his family and friends, and we wish them all well in this difficult time.
I don’t think I’ll be flying a Delta flight when I travel. Delta has issued an apology, but it sounds like typical corporate-speak. If the soldiers’ travel orders dictate 4 bags, it shouldn’t matter which class of ticket they have – and I’m sure Delta isn’t in the habit of upgrading soldiers to first class, anyway…