Pearl Harbor Gram: The Joy of Volunteering

At the urging of my eldest son, I visited the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in the spring of 2001. It had been a very long time since I was last there – and under very different circumstances. Of course, I had mixed emotions. But feeling the solemnity of the site and the reverence visitors gave it, I became more at ease. And after meeting other Pearl Harbor Survivors that day who volunteered there, I decided I would join them – as my son said, it was my duty. Continue reading Pearl Harbor Gram: The Joy of Volunteering

Pearl Harbor Gram

There are some of us still around that we want to talk to, and this gives us a fine way to do it.

Considering there were 84,168 uniformed personnel eligible for membership by their being on Oahu at the time of the attack on Dec. 7, 1941, we still have a fairly accurate count of 2,747 on the right side of the soil as of May 2016. Continue reading Pearl Harbor Gram