The Official Newsletter of the
Shenandoah Valley Chapter #313
Korean War Veterans Association
Volume 11, Issue 08
Paul E. Bombardier, Editor
From the Chapter Secretary
Please check page 2 for activities and dues due this month. You don’t want to be removed from Nationals’ mailing list. Several items of importance are coming up in August.
Thanks are offered to those people who have provided me with articles and photos of activities for the newsletter. I do put in a lot of time on this and the website, however, I cannot chase for stories individually. I would appreciate e-mails and or phone calls with any tidbits that you would think are interesting reading.
Condolences to the family of John Moreland, our departed member & Friend.
John Grafton Moreland, a.k.a. Jack, Jackie, Red, Grouch, 88, of Woodstock, Virginia, died Saturday, July 7, 2018 in the Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center, Winchester, Virginia.
He was a heavy equipment mechanic for Wilbar & Arnold Company. He served in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War and was a member of the Korean War Veterans Association, Shenandoah Chapter 313.
Surviving are a son, Jeffrey Alan Moreland and his wife, Sharon Payne Moreland; grandchildren, Brandon Jeffrey Moreland, Andrew David Moreland, Kayla Moreland Cox, Robin Moreland Gundry and her husband, Sean Gundry, Danielle Rene Moreland, Ashley Elizabeth Moreland, Michael Charles Harryman and his wife, Rebecca Leigh Harryman, Amanda Harryman Hernan and Samantha Rose Harryman; great-grandchildren, Elijah Joseph Cox, Olivia Rae Cox, Leighton Grace Gundry, Jordan Lee Gundry, Lillian Rose Harryman, Juleana Grace Harryman, Joseph Andrew Rodas, Ryan Johnathan Hernan, Liam Roderick-Grafton Hernan and Xavion Syncere Caison; and a sister, Margaret Yvonne Moreland Barr.
His wife, Dana Jean Cavaness Moreland, daughter, Delana Moreland Harryman and son, Terry Wayne Moreland, all preceded him in death.
A graveside committal service was held at the family plot @ 11:00 A. M. Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville, VA, with Chaplain Raleigh Watson officiating.