Honor your veteran, living or deceased, with a brick in the Always Free Honor Flight Walk of Honor at the War Memorial Building at 1500 W. Main St. in Princeton. Each brick will be laser engraved with your veteran’s name, branch of service, where they served, and the dates served. The bricks will then be professionally installed at the front grounds of the War Memorial Building where they cannot be removed. Bricks are $50 and the proceeds will go to Always Free Honor Flight in their mission to make sure all West Virginia veterans make it to Washington, D. C. to see the memorials built in their name. For more information on how to purchase your veteran’s brick call 304-425-8660.
DUBLIN [mdash] Conrad Bruce Fritz, Jr., 66, passed away Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at his home in Dublin, Virginia. He was preceded in death by his parents, Conrad Bruce Fritz, Sr. and Wanda Snyder Fritz; and sister, Roxanne Keland. Survivors include his wife, Debra Lynn Elliott Fritz; son, Tra…
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