Pat, Jeff and Richard of Geer Services, Inc. are proud to have participated in the Armed Forces Day cleanup of the Chapel of the High-Speed Pass at the Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial.
Our team was there to prepare the brick stanchions for the new metal signs that will be installed in the next couple of weeks. The stanchions are leaning from being in position for years and tree roots pushing them forward. We were able to dig out and level the worst of the two stanchions to bring it back level.
We are proud to be a part of such an outstanding cause and are looking forward to the complete restoration and reopening of the Chapel in 2019.
If you haven’t checked it out yet, Geer Services, Inc. is also proud to support the cause further with the production of their website at http://powmiamemorial.org/ and working with Michael Cassata, Executive Director and Chaplain Patrick A. Archuleta Sr. to create the new logo.
Here is the layout of the new metal signs that will be installed on the brick in the coming weeks.