Meeting 4th Tuesday 1:30 PM

Military Honors for Deceased Veterans

  All honorably discharged veterans are entitled to full Military Honors at burial. The Department of Defense can not always provide personnel for this purpose. With a request by the family, coordinated with the funeral director, Post 9 will render to the deceased the honors they deserve. Three volleys by the firing squad, the sounding of taps, the folding of the American Flag and presentation to the next of kin. Prior to burial the Post can also guard the casket at viewing if requested.
   ***Donations to the Honor Guard are appreciated ***.

Ceremonial Functions, Parades and Community Awareness

  The Post 9 Honor Guard participates in Veterans and Memorial Day functions, various American Legion, Joint Veterans Council, official Northampton County and local Community events. And we share the veterans' experience with the youth of our community.

Contact:  Jode Perez

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Easton Memorial Day Parade held on Monday, May 31st 2010. 

Parade Marshall Earle Brotzman, USN Master Chief Retired, and Post 9 member leads the Easton Memorial Day Parade on Monday May 31, 2010




Mike Sheats of the SAL (Sons of the American Legion) carries the Stars and Stripes during the Memorial Day Parade



Post 9 Color Guard and Firing Squad marching



The Firing Squad on Post 9 grounds during the Flag Retirement Ceremony of June 2010. Left to Right:
Larry Kish, Harry Brodhead, John Kondash (SAL), Ron Gercie, Jim Wilbur, Al Van Horne, Frank Bolcer, Frank Merritt