Storch Braund Funeral Home has been grateful to our veterans for years. Now they are getting a chance to do something about it. The Greenville Veterans Honor Guard, with members from Ansonia and New Madison, is in need of a new vehicle to get to and from the services that they participate in. “When one of our veterans passes away, the Honor Guard is called in to pay tribute to their fellow soldier. It is a touching service including a 21 gun salute and the playing of taps. I am grateful to the Honor Guard for the service they provide to the families we serve” indicates Eric Fee, owner of Storch Braund Funeral.
Therefore, in partnership with the Greenville Veterans Honor Guard, Storch Braund Funeral Home is offering a way to help get their much needed new vehicle. Any veteran (or spouse of a veteran) funeral service entrusted to Storch Braund, a 5% donation will be made back to the Honor Guard for their vehicle fund. Furthermore, any veteran/spouse pre-arrangement or pre-arrangement transfer from another funeral home will also allow for a 5% donation made at the time of service. “Storch Braund has been giving to the Honor Guard for years. This opportunity is another great way for us to show our appreciation and support a great cause at the same time” declares Fee.
The Greenville Veterans Honor Guard would like to purchase their new vehicle at the beginning of 2010; therefore, this opportunity will last until December 31, 2009 to support in conjunction with that goal. “Both in ministry and business I have seen lots of Honor Guards pay tribute to their fallen comrades, but I have to say the Greenville Veterans Honor Guard is one of the best I’ve ever seen” states Fee.
Storch Braund and the Honor Guard service all of Darke County. “We have established some great partnership with local churches and chapels all over our county to meet the needs of our families” indicates Fee. “We’ll serve you where you are at.” For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Storch Braund Funeral Home at 996-1051. For questions concerning the new vehicle or to make a donation, please contact Ken Preston at the American Legion Post 140 at 548-7077.