Click the link above to see the accomplishments and milestones of the New Jersey Mission of Honor from the beginning.
Note: EZ PASS is required to remain with the motorcade, for safety reasons the procession cannot be stopped to accommodate vehicles without EZ PASS.
All Veterans Organizations, Riders and State, County and Local Dignitaries are invited to attend.
All attending cemetery shall remain at the Front Entrance Information Center until being escorted by Cemetery Personnel.
News / Media
Thursday, December 08, 2016 – Channel 6 WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (WPVI) — Dozens of people turned out Thursday to lay holiday wreaths on the graves of veterans. The New Jersey Mission of Honor led the ceremony at the B.G. William C. … Continue reading →
By Michael N. Ciampo After attending a funeral directors convention, William Brock Jr. a Navy veteran, firefighter, and former captain of the Wyckoff (NJ) Volunteer Fire Department, went back home with a purpose in mind–to honor those veterans unfortunately forgotten … Continue reading →
By Suburban News on October 24, 2009 VIETNAM WAR VETERANS Sal Mione, left, of Rahway, Rick Harrison, center, of Roselle, and John Gra-tacos, of Elizabeth have all volunteered to work with New Jersey Mission of Honor, a non-profit veterans organization … Continue reading →
BY JAMES QUIRK STAFF WRITER | THE RECORD AUGUST 4, 2011 – The cremated remains of 12 veterans that had been unclaimed on the shelves of funeral homes across New Jersey — some for more than 30 years — were … Continue reading →
Updated April 28, 2016 8:46 PM- News 12 NEW EGYPT – Hundreds of people gathered in Ocean County Thursday for a funeral service held for nine military veterans whose ashes were never claimed. Volunteers with New Jersey’s Mission of … Continue reading →
A letter of appreciation from a family member: December 28, 2012 Dear Veterans & Friends, During a recent visit to your state to visit my husband’s family, decided to drop in on an aunt and uncle who I had not … Continue reading →