MP Message

Happy Veterans Day

MP Message“Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” ― Abraham Lincoln

“I was just a kid but the Navy helped me become a man and hopefully a leader.” ― Howard Aronson, WS+B Partner

“I started flying B24’s in the US and then flew B17’s in Italy, Germany, Austria, Hungry, and Romania. I had the job to eliminate as much German oil as possible by bombing their oil fields.” – Stanley Millner, WS+B Partner

As today is Veterans Day, please remember to take the time to thank all the men and women you know who serve or have served in any of our armed forces. I’d like to extend our appreciation to those members of the WS+B family who have served in the United States military:

 Howard Aronson – Navy 1942 -1946
 Bill Cadmus – Air Force 1969 – 1973
 Matt Goldsmith – Army 1963 -1966
 Allan Gross – Navy 1944-46
 Al Lehner – Army 1958- 1959; 1961-1962
 Wil Lissak – Army 1954-1956
 Ed Mendlowitz – New York National Guard 1965 – 1970 (federally activated in 1969)
 Stanley Millner – Air force 1943 – 1945
 Ron Petrics – Army 1961-1964
 Jim Rockwitz –Army 1970-1972
 Jay Sexton – Navy 1956-1962
 Doug Sonier – Marine Corps 1967 – 1969
 Bill Stahl – Air Force 1987-1993

In preparation of this email, I have been privy to a few details about the experiences of these brave soldiers. On behalf of the firm, Gentlemen, it is a great honor to be able to thank you for serving our country. We are grateful for your service, protecting the many freedoms we as Americans enjoy.

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