Larry Howard

Willy, Jay, and I are taking Jesse out for his birthday. It isn’t anywhere near his birthday. Jesse’s birthday was way back in December, but life got in the way of going out then. We had to celebrate Willy’s birth. Then the holidays got in the way. Then it was the Camping World Bowl Road Trip. It took us awhile to come together on a day that worked for everybody.

After swapping calendars, we worked out the best day was February 7. A very special FNSC. We would gather ourselves up and head to The OP in Ankeny.

This is apropos because today is the birthday of Jesse’s dad Larry. Larry passed away on February 21, 2019. Larry was a Vietnam veteran and was eventually laid to rest at the Veteran’s Cemetery in Van Meter.

I was asked to take pictures of the ceremony once I got there. I didn’t actually plan on that and I didn’t have my normal camera with me. I did what I could with the RX0II. Here are a few pictures of Larry’s graveside service:


Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

Larry Howard's Graveside Service

If you have never been to the Veteran’s Cemetery in Van Meter, I recommend visiting it. Even if you don’t have anybody there. It will recalibrate your sense of priorities.

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