Memorial Day

Congressman Jim Matheson
2013-05-25 13:39:19
Dear Friend, This Memorial Day we will gather as a country to remember the men and women who have given their lives while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. For centuries, Americans have put themselves in harms way in order to defend our nation. They have been separated from loved ones, undergone terrible hardships and faced deadly peril. Many were wounded in combat; some gave the ultimate sacrifice. The dedication shown by these men and women should be recognized, along with the hardships endured by our friends, family members and neighbors currently deployed overseas, and their loved ones. There are many ways to show your appreciation for our nation's service members and honor the spirit of the holiday, whether it is writing a letter to an injured solider in the hospital, sending care packages to troops overseas, or volunteering in our community. The men and women who have served our country deserve our honor, recognition and gratitude. I urge you to take some time this Memorial Day to give thanks to our service members, both past and present, by giving back to our community.� They deserve nothing less than the best.�We truly remain the land of the free because of our brave. It is an honor to work in Congress on behalf of Utah families like yours. �As your representative, I always appreciate hearing your thoughts on current topics as well as your continued suggestions on issues where we have long worked together.� In particular, please let me know [link 5] areas you find especially interesting or where I can provide you with additional information.� I value your ideas, and I always look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Jim Matheson U.S. Representative 4th District of Utah
May 25, 2013

Dear Friend,

This Memorial Day we will gather as a country to remember the men and women who have given their lives while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. For centuries, Americans have put themselves in harms way in order to defend our nation. They have been separated from loved ones, undergone terrible hardships and faced deadly peril. Many were wounded in combat; some gave the ultimate sacrifice.

The dedication shown by these men and women should be recognized, along with the hardships endured by our friends, family members and neighbors currently deployed overseas, and their loved ones.

There are many ways to show your appreciation for our nation's service members and honor the spirit of the holiday, whether it is writing a letter to an injured solider in the hospital, sending care packages to troops overseas, or volunteering in our community.

The U.S. government has many resources available on how you can help.

The men and women who have served our country deserve our honor, recognition and gratitude. I urge you to take some time this Memorial Day to give thanks to our service members, both past and present, by giving back to our community.  They deserve nothing less than the best. We truly remain the land of the free because of our brave.

It is an honor to work in Congress on behalf of Utah families like yours.  As your representative, I always appreciate hearing your thoughts on current topics as well as your continued suggestions on issues where we have long worked together.  In particular, areas you find especially interesting or where I can provide you with additional information.  I value your ideas, and I always look forward to hearing from you.

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