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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Causer Seeks Information About Cold War-Era Veterans

BRADFORD – Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is inviting area Cold War-era veterans to contact his office so he can honor them for their service to our country.

“The Cold War was a prolonged and very trying time in our nation’s history,” Causer said. “The men and women who served during this time played a vital role in preventing the spread of communism and preserving our democracy. They are certainly deserving of our thanks and appreciation.”

Causer is inviting veterans who served between Sept. 2, 1945, and Dec. 26, 1991, to take part in a recognition ceremony in Bradford in May. To participate in the ceremony, veterans are asked to register by calling Causer’s offices in Bradford (814-362-4400), Coudersport (814-274-9769) or Kane (814-837-0880), or sign up online at www.Rep.Causer.com. Everyone who registers will be contacted with information about the ceremony when it is scheduled.

The information requested includes the veteran’s name, ad­dress, contact information, branch of the armed services in which they served, rank and time of service. Widows or widowers of deceased service members are also invited to participate in the ceremony.

The event is open to all veterans residing in the 67th Legislative District, which includes Cameron, McKean and Potter counties, as well as their family members.

Causer previously hosted events to honor veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He plans to honor veterans who served in the Persian Gulf conflict and other subsequent operations in the future.

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