Tipton Monument Restoration and Rededication July 4, 2006
Gravestone raising Blissfield and Petersburg Cemeteries
Willow Cemetery Oregon Ohio Monument Dedication
Bill Ames as Abraham Lincoln Bob Elliott talks about Lenawee County Men and Movies
Dave Hiliker as General Grant
Steve Alexander as General George Armstrong Custer
Craig DeCrane talks about Gettysburg Brian Egan on Movie Making
Gary Holmes on Lincoln 2009
2011 Dinner Marty Bertera & Kim Crawford speak about their book on the 4th Michigan
N-H Sec./Treas. Butch Miller
State Comm. Don Shaw
N-H Comm. Gary Naugle
2012 Annual Dinner with David Imgall as guest speaker
2013 Gary Holmes speaks about how we got to be Nash-Hodges
Gary Naugle, Janet Luckhardt, Gary Holmes, Keith Hodges
Janet and Keith displaying their families Medal of Honors
2014 Dinner Neil Griffith and Gary Holmes receiving
their Past Commanders Badges from Commander Gary Naugle Gary Naugle and guest speaker Jim Malarney who spoke on Sharpshooters from the county
Veterans Day 1998 Veterans Day 1999 Veterans Day 2009
Veterans Day 2011
Veterans Day 2012 Veterans Day 2013 Gary Holmes, Butch Miller, Tim Ernst, Montgomery Hall Veterans Day 2014
Memorial Day Programs
Blissfield Blissfield 1997 Riga 1997 firing with the VFW
Blissfield Memorial Day 2009 Riga Memorial Day 2009 Blissfield Memorial Day 2010
Macon Memorial Day Program 2011 Palmyra Memorial Day Parade 2011 Tecumseh Memorial Day 2011 State Commander Don Shaw and
N. H. Commander Gary Naugle lay a wreath at the Civil War monument.
Blissfield Memorial Day Parade 2011
Riga Memorial Day Ceremony 2011
Palmyra Memorial Day 2012 Blissfield Memorial Day 2012
Riga Memorial Day 2012
Gary Speaking at Blissfield Memorial Day 2013 Riga 2013 Memorial Day Time-Line
Memorial Day 2014 Palmyra -- Blissfield -- Riga
Dearborn Homecoming 2009 Blissfield River Raisin Festival
Civil War Veteran Honored with Headstone
More than 93 years after he was first laid to rest in the Ogden Zion Cemetery, William Harrison Marshall has a headstone.
On Thursday, members of the Marshall family, members of Nash-Hodges Camp #43 of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, and the director of the Michigan Historical Museum helped dedicate the previously unmarked grave of the Civil War veteran, who died April 18, 1918. His remains are in the Ogden Zion Cemetery in Ogden Township.
“This is a great day to be an American and to be a member of the Marshall family,” said Mark Lindke of Ann Arbor, great-grandson of William Harrison Marshall.
Adrian College Homecoming / 150th Anniversary of 4th Michigan & Camp Williams
( September 24, 2011 Displays were setup, 25 people helped to man displays, fire rifles, fire a small cannon, camp life, talk about medical and answer questions. At the beginning of the football game an Honor Guard comprised of 3 Adrian College Alumni presented the colors ( which is a relpica of the original that was presented to Col. Dwight Woodbury of the 4th Michigan in June of 1861 on the Adrian College Campus which the men called Camp Williams. A six man rifle Squad along with a small cannon fired a salute as the game ball was launched to the field from behind them.
February 2012 Meeting at Neil's Cabin
Monroe County Fallen Civil War Soldiers Monument Dedication May 27, 2012
Hope to have pics from our display at the 2012 Lenawee County Fair.
If you have any pics please get them to me.
Gary Naugle and James Tipton manned the display in the morning followed by
Kim Frye and Avery Bruce and then Butch Miller and Gary Holmes
State Commander Arnold with installed new officers and new member 1-13-2013
back row: Rich Holdridge, Kim Frye, Gary Holmes, Grag Sebring, Keith Hodges and Jim Tipton
New member Greg Sebring being initiated 1-13-2013
front row: Gary Naugle, State Commander Arnold and Butch Miller
2014 Officers being sworn in
Kim Frye, Gary Naugle, James Tipton, Keith Hodges, Bruce Butgereit came to install 2014 Officers
Greg Sebring and Neil Griffith
Butch Miller receives his Past Commanders Badge
from current Commander Gary Naugle
Gary Holmes at 2013 150th Gettysburg Remembrance Day