Regency Says Thank You With All Our Heart, David Gross

Dearest Regency Family and Friends,
Today is a special day in America.
It is a day to recognize, appreciate and honor all of our brave men and women in uniform, whose blood was shed in their ultimate acts of self sacrifice so that we may enjoy our freedom and liberties in this great country of ours.
The rights of all people to determine their own futures free of oppression and fear is not something to ever take for granted.
These brave individuals answered the call to serve in our nation’s hour of need, and in so doing paved the way for future generations to live in peace and prosperity in our magnificent Republic which stands as “one Nation under God.”
Today we gather to place flags on the graves of the fallen and to pay silent and public tribute to those who stepped well beyond the lines of fear and the inherent desire for self-preservation to safeguard the values of the United States of America.
On every tombstone is a name of a unique and individual American hero who gave his or her life so that we may live in peace.
Each of them connected to a mother or father who mourned the loss of their child; a spouse; a child, left behind to carry on without them.
We must honor their tears as well and feel the searing pain of loss in their hearts, a pain never to ebb or recede with the passage of time.
I would also suggest that today is an opportune time to recognize America’s surviving war veterans who must be guarded and treasured as living heroes of the highest caliber.
I am incredibly proud that at Regency Nursing Centers we host many War Vets, who call Regency their home and are thriving in health and happiness under our expert care and devotion.
May God bless you all and may God bless the memory of all of those who came before you and died so that we may live as free men.
I leave you all with this poignant Memorial Day poem by Moina Michael:
“We cherish too, the Poppy red
That grows on fields where valor led,
It seems to signal to the skies
That blood of heroes never dies.”
With love, respect and admiration,
David Gross, LNHA

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