SIGNS

STREET MEMORIAL PROGRAM

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MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL

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12.19.17

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CEREMONY 


 "A Day to Remember" - The Montgomery Township School District honored MHS Class of 2000 1st Lt. Ashley Henderson Huff by dedicating a street sign to her on what would've been her 35th birthday...

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ORIGIN

ROLLING THUNDER NY CHAPTER 3

Charlie Alonge is an active member of Rolling Thunder NY Chapter 3. Charlie began the Street Memorial Campaign four years ago for a friend killed in Vietnam. He has made it his mission to never forget our fallen heroes.

"It’s a way of keeping their names alive. It’s something for the mothers. That’s what it’s all about," said Charles Alonge.


  

Alonge designed the sign, which features the Purple Heart at the top. It was approved by the Department of Transportation and other chapters of Rolling Thunder have since adopted the project. At 100 chapters strong nationwide, Rolling Thunder has come together to honor soldiers killed while in service to our country to ensure that their names, stories and sacrifices are remembered.


"It just kept growing and growing," said Alonge. "What started as a tribute to a friend of mine has become a national campaign. By erecting these signs, they will never be forgotten."

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1st Lt Joseph A Silva

7.15.17 Part 1

7.15.17 Part 2

2019

NATIONAL CHAPTER COORDINATOR 

Tom D'Alessio


tomdal428@optonline.net