Korean War Veteran and former POW Frank Tooley, a member of American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214, attended the Veteran Ceremonies at Greenville County Square on Veterans Day. See more photos on page 2.
Korean War Veteran and former POW Frank Tooley, a member of American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214, attended the Veteran Ceremonies at Greenville County Square on Veterans Day. See more photos on page 2.

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Vietnam Veterans of America perform a  Flag Retirement Ceremony on Veterans Day at  Cleveland Park’s Vietnam Veteran Memorial with  the help of those attending.
Vietnam Veterans of America perform a Flag Retirement Ceremony on Veterans Day at Cleveland Park’s Vietnam Veteran Memorial with the help of those attending.
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Ed Collins and Bobby Prater of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion talk to visitors to Fluor Field Upstate Salute for Veterans about The Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History.
Ed Collins and Bobby Prater of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion talk to visitors to Fluor Field Upstate Salute for Veterans about The Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History.
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American Legion Post 214 Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Color Guard Posts the Colors at Eastside YMCA for Veteran’s Day Celebration.
American Legion Post 214 Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Color Guard Posts the Colors at Eastside YMCA for Veteran’s Day Celebration.
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Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 and  Daughters of the American Revolution Fort Prince George Chapter joined together to honor Veterans at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Easley, S.C.
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 and Daughters of the American Revolution Fort Prince George Chapter joined together to honor Veterans at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Easley, S.C.

The Fort Prince George Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution held a Veterans Honor Service Saturday, November 4th at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Easley, for veterans who were on active duty from 1 November 1955 until 15 May 1975, especially Vietnam Veterans.

The Wren High School Navy JROTC Color Guard posted the colors.

Vietnam Veteran Steve Ehrlich posted the POW/MIA Flag as Bag Piper Roger Kilpatrick, a member of the City of Greenville Pipes and Drums performed Amazing Grace.

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Left to right: West Point Graduate and Post 214 member Jamie France who led the Pledge of Allegiance; Event Coordinator for both Post 214 and YMCA Charlie Porter; and former Greenville County Sheriff and former Federal Marshall Johnny Mack Brown who was guest speaker at the Eastside YMCA for Veteran’s Celebration.
Left to right: West Point Graduate and Post 214 member Jamie France who led the Pledge of Allegiance; Event Coordinator for both Post 214 and YMCA Charlie Porter; and former Greenville County Sheriff and former Federal Marshall Johnny Mack Brown who was guest speaker at the Eastside YMCA for Veteran’s Celebration.
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American Legion Post 214  Charter Commander Steve Zietz
American Legion Post 214 Charter Commander Steve Zietz

Born in Saginaw, MI, he was a son of Margaret Lucille Boorojian Zietz. Steve Zietz served our country in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam Conflict. He thoroughly enjoyed the Men’s Prayer Group at First Baptist Church Simpsonville.

In addition to his spouse, Patti Savoie, Mr. Zietz is survived by two sons, Mike Zietz and his wife, Melinda, of Greer, and Chris Zietz of Greenville; three bonus-sons, Brian Savoie and his wife, Katie, of MO, Brandon Savoie and his wife, Rachel, of MI, and Robby Savoie and his wife, Meagan, of IL; six grandchildren, Brodie Zietz, Nolan Savoie, Ryland Savoie, Finley Savoie, Rory Savoie and Quinn Savoie; and two brothers, David Zietz and Matthew Zietz, both of CA.

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