Elks #2709 Family Service Flags

As Long As There Are Veterans
We Will Never Forget Them !

Palm Coast Elks Lodge #2709 is honored to display Service Flags for all Lodge Members, their children, grandchildren, and our Lodge’s Adopted Soldiers.

In the United States a Service Flag is an official banner that family members of service members in harm's way can display.  

The flag or banner is defined as a white field with a red border, with a blue star for each family member in active duty. A gold star (with a blue edge) represents a family member that died during service, without specifying cause of death.  The deceased might have been killed in action, or died due to unrelated causes.

FREEDOM IS NEVER FREE!
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Sergeant Zachary J. Walters
USMC
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Dennis Lee Luzano
U.S.A.F.
Joseph Michael Isaac
U.S.N
Brian Keith Luzano
U.S.N.
Kimberly Michelle Luzano
U.S.A.F.
Michael Christopher Isaac
U.S.M.C.
Vincent Sapuppo III
U.S. Army
Nick Fultz
U.S. Army
Wesley Erb
U.S. Army
Zachary Roberts
U.S.N.
Anthony Richard
U.S.M.C.
Bethany Germann
U.S.N.
Richard L. Mann 
U.S.N.
Dennis R. Dolce
U.S.A.F.
Daniel Beyer
U.S.N

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