The mournful sound of taps echoed across the Great Lakes National Cemetery this morning.
More than 1,000 people attended Veterans Day ceremonies at the cemetery in Holly.
Many came to remember fallen comrades, family members and all who served America as soldiers, sailors and marines.
Patrick Lafferty is the American Legion Department Adjutant. He says it’s important to pause and remember on Veterans Day.
“To ensure that everyone who breathes the fresh aid of freedom is reminded of the price paid and the men and women who paid it,” says Lafferty.