Norman Keller recognized at Honor Flight ceremony

Pictured in the first row behind Norman: Charles and Sophia Treser, Karen Reeves, Henrietta Keller (wife), Cindy Vogler (daughter), Evelyn Kovacevich, and Tom
McCaw. Back row: Rich Pyles, Kenny and MaryAnn Joseph, Terry Reeves, Byron Keller (grandson), Arline Magee (sister), Dave Vogler (son-In law), Mike (son) and Ruth Keller (Mike’s wife). (Photo by Brian Keller)

A member of the Enterprise Grange was honored at the first Greater St. Louis Honor Flight to Washington DC on March 2.

The Honor Flight program is dedicated to transporting as many United States military veterans as possible to see the memorials of the respective war they fought in Washington, DC, at no cost to the veterans

Brother Norman Keller was not able to attend the actual trip, however, those not able to go on the flight were also honored at the airport when the others on the flight returned to the airport. Rather than having a Grange meeting, the members of Enterpise Grange #1929, went to be with him and greet the others being honored.