CARRBORO, N.C. -- Mayor Lydia Lavelle has proclaimed Veterans Day on Thursday, Nov. 11, as a day to remember the invaluable contribution of our veterans, and urges all residents of Carrboro to take every opportunity to honor our veterans today. Thank you to all who have served.
"On Veterans Day and every day, we celebrate their immeasurable contributions, draw inspiration from their example, and renew our commitment to showing them the fullest support of our gratitude," Mayor Lavelle said.
In a ceremony held outside Carrboro Town Hall, the following Town of Carrboro employees who are veterans, were honored for their service and sacrifice:
- Eddie Renegar – Marine Corps, Corporal
- Scott Trombley – Navy, Petty Officer 2nd Class
- Tony Frye – Army, Sergeant
- Michael Metz II- Army, Specialist
- Joseph Thomas – Marine Corps, Corporal
- Anthony Westbrook- Army, Sergeant
Recreation, Parks and Cultural Resources:
- John Gaegler – Air Force, Sergeant
- Steve Harward – Navy, Lieutenant
Please read the entire proclamation at https://www.townofcarrboro.org/DocumentCenter/View/10157/2021-Veterans-Day
Photo caption: Local elected officials Mayor Lydia Lavelle, Damon Seils, Susan Romaine and Randee Haven-O'Donnell gathered to honor all veterans and to recognize Town of Carrboro employees who are veterans.