Murr Printing supports Honor Flight

Bob and Linda Murr, owners of Murr Printing in Beaufort, understand how quickly we are losing our country’s World War II Veterans — more than 1,000 per day. The Murrs are the kind of patriots who step up to help make sure that these men and women, who saved our nation 65 years ago, visit their new WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C. before it’s too late.
Owen Hand, chairman of the board of Honor Flight Savannah, along with board member Fletch Maffett, presented Bob and Linda with a “Certificate of Appreciation” for their generosity in supplying Honor Flight Savannah with brochures, business cards, and dry-mount photos.
Murr Printing is helping Honor Flight Savannah in its mission of providing an all-expense-paid trip to D.C. for all WWII Veterans in southeastern South Carolina and southeast Georgia. The veterans are greeted by military and Congressional dignitaries as they arrive at the WWII Memorial, where they are thanked by visitors from all over the world for their service and sacrifice.
The veterans are then bussed to Arlington National Cemetery where they observe the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. All military memorials are included in the day-long tour.
Honor Flight Savannah depends solely upon the community — both individuals and businesses — to fund these trips for our WWII veterans. If you want to contribute, complete a veteran application for a trip, or volunteer to serve as a guardian on an Honor Flight, please visit www.honorflightsavannah.org or call Carol Megathlin at (912) 596-1962.

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