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Details have been finalized for the Twentieth  NJMOH Ceremony to be held on Thursday, November 6th to honor 10 Veterans who served in the US Army and US Navy during World War I and World War II.   These veterans are from Dignity Memorial Funeral Providers of New Jersey, specifically through the cooperation of funeral directors from Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzmann, Suburban Funeral Chapel, Livingston; Michael Hegarty Funeral Home, Old Bridge; and Leber Funeral Home, Union City.    

 
  9:00 am    Arrive at Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzmann, Suburban Funeral Chapel, Livingston
  9:30 am    Ceremony begins 
11:00 am    Motorcade (motorcycles and all vehicles) departs, with NJ State Police Escort, via Garden State Parkway South
12:15 pm    Arrive at Monmouth Service Area, Garden State Parkway southbound, milepost 100
12:45 pm    Depart for BG William C Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 350 Provinceline Road, Wrightstown, NJ
  1:30 pm    Arrive at Rear Entrance (Jacobstown/Arneytown Road)  BG William C Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery
  2:00 pm    Committal Service                    
 
All those attending the ceremony in Livingston, be sure to arrive on time as the ceremony will start promptly and end in sufficient time for the 11:00 am departure.   Any motorcyclists/vehicles wanting to join the motorcade from the rest area, must be ready (sufficient fuel) to depart by 12:45 pm for the cemetery. 

Note:  Payment of tolls is the responsibility of all vehicles, EZ PASS is required to remain with the motorcade, for safety reasons the procession cannot be stopped to accommodate vehicles without EZ PASS.   

The Patriot Guard Riders and Warriors Watch Riders, along with veterans organizations and state/county/local dignitaries are invited to attend.

All are welcome, those attending the Committal Service must arrive at the cemetery rear entrance (Jacobstown/Arneytown Road)  no later than 1:30 PM.   Due to construction at the cemetery, everyone must remain at the rear entrance until being escorted by cemetery personnel to the Committal Shelter.   Remember to show respect to those already in the cemetery either visiting a grave site and/or attending a committal, refrain from loud and/or excessive noise while awaiting the NJMOH committal service. 

Any questions may be addressed to Judy Kapp at 732-232-3286

Regards,
Fran Carrasco
Chairman


To watch portions of April 10, 2014 Ceremony please follow the link below:
https://plus.google.com/116332624501783754284/videos?pid=6034971539160631442&oid=116332624501783754284


Thank You to all the volunteers of the NJMOH family who participated in laying Holiday Wreaths for our Veterans today at BG William C Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery.   A special Thank You to Major John Cook and 1stSgt Cedric Gaskin with the Pemberton High School JROTC Cadets for assisting again this year.   And to the Dignity Memorial Funeral Directors, American Legions and Riders, Vietnam Veterans Association, NamKnights, and all NJMOH Members, thank you for your support to our Veterans!    

 
Thanks to Brian Dumont for the great photography!

A special congratulations to Alan Musicant, Dignity Memorial Funderal Director, on receiving the well deserved medal and citation from the State of New Jersey, presented by Mr. Albert Bucchi, Director of Veteran Services, NJ Department of Military & Veterans Affairs.

Please look for pictures on our Image Gallery.
  
 

Channel 6 News Video Clip


This year NJMOH has been blessed with the support of so many members giving of their time to ensure our forgotten veterans are honored and given a final resting place. Through the efforts of our members, county coordinators, the assistance of so many veterans organizations and rider organizations, NJMOH has become family to 91 abandoned veterans. THANK YOU on behalf of myself and the Executive Committee, without your support NJMOH would not have reached this milestone.
 
In the coming year, through your continued support NJMOH inter many more abandoned cremains. Already there are three funeral homes with cremains and many more will be cooperating with NJMOH in 2013 to fulfill our Mission.
 
Our 2013 meeting calendar has been set and other scheduled events will be posted on our website www.njsmissionofhonor.org   State Wide Meetings will be held at the Sayreville Fire Academy for all Northern and Southern Counties members on the following dates:
 
Next Date: TBA
 
DIRECTIONS TO THE MIDDLESEX COUNTY FIRE ACADEMY &EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER  1001 Fire Academy Dr., Sayreville, NJ 08872(Nearest Cross Street is Main Street Extension)

From The North: Take the Garden State Parkway South to Exit 124. At end of exit ramp turn right onto Main St., Sayreville. Make first right turn off of Main St. onto Kennedy Dr.Kennedy Dr. will turn into Fire Academy Dr. at the first traffic light. Fire Academy Dr. leads into the Fire Academy.

From the South: Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 125. At end of exit ramp turn left onto Chevalier Ave. Turn left onto Main St. Extension, Sayreville.At first traffic light make a right onto Fire Academy Dr. which leads into the Fire Academy. From Interstate 287: Exit onto Garden State Parkway South and follow directions (From The North) above.

From Middlesex County Route 535: Take Route 535 (Cranbury-South River Rd.) east to County Route 670 (Main St. in Sayreville). Make left onto Route 670. Proceed to third traffic light. Bear left onto Main St. Extension. Fire Academy Dr. is first traffic light after bearing left. Make left at light onto Fire Academy Dr.
 
Next Meetings:

Next date: TBA

  


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 seen for 30+ years.  There was so much to talk about and I learned things about the family I never knew.

The one that really surprised me was the fact that my grandfather had been cremated and his ashes had been lost.  This was the explanation of the funeral home at that time.  Upon returning home, the first thing I did was Google Theodore August Musall. Then I watched the video of 12 veterans being laid to rest in August of this year.  My grandfather was among them.  I felt both so sad and so blessed at the same time knowing that God had just shown me some of His most honorable servants here doing His work.

My most heartfelt thanks for you!

In His Loving Grace,
Sharon Nigro

NJ Mission of Honor in the News

2010

http://photos.nj.com/star-ledger/2010/05/military_service_for_13_vets_7.html

2011

http://www.northjersey.com/news/VETHONOR.html

 

http://amazingnews.org/mission-of-honor-new-jersey-pride/562258/

 

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/08/05/unclaimed-military-veterans-remains-buried-in-new-jersey/

2012

http://www.nbc40.net/news/22902/video

 

http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/state/nj/mission-of-honor-group-to-bury-unclaimed-remains-of-n/article_a8b605c0-e7a1-11e1-a321-001a4bcf6878.html

 

http://www.northjersey.com/photos/Photos_New_Jersey_s_Mission_of_Honor.html



YouTube Website links are as follows:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfAl4D4wTG4
NJ Mission Mix
http://youtu.be/EFBtGaiBlws
 

The NJ Mission of Honor now has donation boxes.  If anyone would like a donation box for their place of business, please contact our fundraiser Coordinator, Jerry Skorch at:  
jpskorch@hotmail.com
     
 
 
 
Please visit our supporters page by clicking here. 

 


 

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