Veteran mason


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Long-time area brick mason Tim Kearns, of Support Unlimited, Inc., of Troy, places a brick into a newly-opened section at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial at the corner of St. Rt. 66 and Washington Ave., on Wednesday morning. The project will make an additional 2,200 bricks available to add names of area veterans to the memorial walkway.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Long-time area brick mason Tim Kearns, of Support Unlimited, Inc., of Troy, places a brick into a newly-opened section at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial at the corner of St. Rt. 66 and Washington Ave., on Wednesday morning. The project will make an additional 2,200 bricks available to add names of area veterans to the memorial walkway.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Long-time area brick mason Tim Kearns, of Support Unlimited, Inc., of Troy, places a brick into a newly-opened section at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial at the corner of St. Rt. 66 and Washington Ave., on Wednesday morning. The project will make an additional 2,200 bricks available to add names of area veterans to the memorial walkway.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_042016mju_piqua_veteransmemorial.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Long-time area brick mason Tim Kearns, of Support Unlimited, Inc., of Troy, places a brick into a newly-opened section at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial at the corner of St. Rt. 66 and Washington Ave., on Wednesday morning. The project will make an additional 2,200 bricks available to add names of area veterans to the memorial walkway.
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