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Causes: Arts & Culture, Historical Organizations, Public & Societal Benefit

Mission: The mission of this organization is to perpetually recognize the sacrifice of America’s military fallen heroes and their families. The organization pays tribute to all military lives lost, not only while serving on active duty but also as a result of serving. Military deaths in all wars or conflicts and all branches of service from our nation’s inception are recognized. The primary vehicle for perpetual recognition is a specific and dedicated symbol of remembrance created by this organization: the Honor and Remember Flag, which is intended to fly continuously as a tangible and visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms. In keeping with our mission and primary goals, we continue to significantly impact this nation with the message of perpetually recognizing our military fallen heroes and their families. Our objectives can be summarized in four words, establish, educate, present and comfort. (CFC #92995)

Results: The establishment of the Honor and Remember Flag as a national, state and local symbol of remembrance. Initiation of US bill in Congress and state by state adoption of the Flag in each jurisdiction. Individual supporters across the United States. Twenty-six legislated state adoptions through 2020. Petition responses, visits to our website, gold star families relationship building. Growing partnerships with national organizations and companies. Speaking and sharing opportunities in front of thousands of individuals at sporting events, festivals, ceremonies and related events throughout the year. Present one personalized Honor and Remember Flag to every family that has lost a loved one in military service to America, dating back to the American Revolution, eventually honoring every individual who has fallen in United States history. Flags continue to be presented on the average of one per day. Hosted hundreds of individual families at yearly banquets, organized runs and professional sporting events such as NASCAR, MLB, MMA, concerts and more. Only a small portion of our extensive activity is mentioned here.

Target demographics: Give tribute to our Military Fallen Heroes and Their Families

Direct beneficiaries per year: reach and recognize hundreds of Gold Star Families

Geographic areas served: National

Programs: Establishing the Honor and Remember Flag as a permanent symbol of remembrance across the nation including petitioning states and municipalities to propose and accept the HR Flag as the official national flag for acknowledging fallen service members and their families. Educating the nation about the importance of showing appreciation for our nation’s military fallen and to build a consensus among service organizations, civic groups, school districts, businesses and individuals regarding the need for a specific and distinct symbol that represents this purpose. Presenting personalized Honor and Remember Flags to every family that has lost a loved one in military service to America, eventually honoring every individual who has fallen in U.S. history. Our mission continues beyond the personalized flag through continuous partnership and relationship building between national organizations and the Gold Star Community, fostering an atmosphere of healthy communication, healing and comfort.

Community Stories

167 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

11 T-e F.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am an author. During research for my first book, I came across information for Honor and Remember. Since I am also a military/veteran's advocate (as well as a Vet, myself) I thought about this organization's mission on a very deep level. I was selected to be a guest speaker at a little school's Veteran's Day assembly on the Arkansas Delta. I endeavored to challenge this school in a :Collecting Coins" campaign to sponsor a flag for a Gold Star family. The community responded tremendously and within the space of a year, this school collected funds for two flags; one of which is on display at the school in a case in the main hallway. The community helped this school present it's first flag to a local family who had recently lost their son to the war in Afghanistan. Since that first flag, the school has presented Honor and Remember flags to two more families and anticipates this action to be an annual event. They have a wonderful Veteran's Day ceremony every year which is highly attended by everybody in the community. This little town on the Delta shows it cares about its veterans and I am proud to have been the one to introduce Honor and Remember to the school. Everybody helped make the flag donations happen, and they can be proud to feel a part of something so big.

Kyle M.3

Client Served

Rating: 5

My brother was killed by an IED in Afghanistan in 2008. Honor and Remember has never forgotten. I can’t tell you how overwhelmingly wonderful it was when my parents (In their 80s) and I greeted the running team at Jim’s mile marker near Williamsburg one year. Or how cathartic it was to share a meal at the Founders Inn with another Gold Star Family. Or how proud I was to help place a field of valor at a local high school and witness Honor and Remember give a high-schooler the flag with her Dad’s name on it. This is a wonderfully supportive organization to Gold Star Families! Semper Fi! -kyle

bamatex

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Was made aware of Honor and Remember almost 3 years ago while they were sponsor a Run Across America Honoring fallen service members. Just recently completed a Alabama Run Honoring fallen Alabama Service members. After serving 26 years in the Air Force its great knowing that someone is not letting those that have passed that they service meant something.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Ran with them as they remember the Fallen. They are truly doing what they say Honor Service Members.

Teresa C.5

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Wonderful and caring organization! They shine the light on our nation’s heroes.

Client Served

Rating: 5

H&R Nebraska chapter honored our son and family years ago. They have never forgotten us even living in Florida. The latest event was honoring 30 fallen hero’s golf tournament in Nebraska of Which we attended.

Mary277

Client Served

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember, Inc.
This organization has shown remarkable support to our family and other Gold Star Families, after the loss of military family members. They help others understand the pain and sacrifice families all over the United States make when someone they love dies while serving in the Armed Forces to keep all of us safe. The special flag they present to the families is designed to symbolize this sacrifice. God bless those who consistently reach out to support the families of the fallen.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Honor and Remembrance Program that was held in Hamilton, Ohio on August 8th & 9th, 2014 was extremely well prepared and presented. All of the comments that I heard while listening to the programs were positive and supportive. The venue was designed to be appealing to just about everyone.
Tom Mitchell should be commended for his work on all of the Honor and Remember presentations and programs that he is responsible for.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Such an awesome way to honor our nation's heroes! The tribute means so much to their family and friends and ensures their sacrifice is not forgotten!

1 Richard M.9

Donor

Rating: 5

Amazing way to Honor our loved ones
My flag has flown 24/7/365
since we received it after 10/19/16.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Keeping their memories alive
It’s all we have now
Forever in our hearts

1 Michael G.10

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I remember the very first time I met George Lutz He had done a presentation at the American Legion I was a part of in Norfolk Virginia He came in and presented what at the time was a piece of cardboard with a flag painted on it. Then he broke down the meaning of the flag. After the meeting I walked up to him and told him I just left Afghanistan at the end of February and the last thing I saw was a flag draped coffin
How can I help and since then I have been volunteering in some capacity for this non profit since day 1

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember is an amazing organization that brings comfort to the Gold Star and Combat Veteran communities by assurring them that our country's Fallen Heroes will never be forgotten. They educate our public on the cost of our freedom and provide a tangible, perpetual way for America to say "Thank You! We will not forget your sacrifice" via the Honor and Remember Flag. This should be on every flag pole in America underpinning Old Glory as it is because of those sacrifices and those willing to fight for our Country that we have our freedom.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Thank you for remembering the families of fallen US military members. I've followed the FB page an purchased a flag, shirts, pins, and facemasks so I may share your message, start a conversation. The Gold Star mother who befriended me while my son was young did live to see him enter the US Army. Thank you reminding people of the fallen members and what we can do to honor them.

1 Nancy C.2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Having my son’s name on his own personal flag, and then his name being on the list for the America’s Run for the Fallen, and also being able to be there at Arlington Cemetery when the runners came in... was the greatest thing to be a part of. Never forgotten!!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

We had our own mile run in Ohio to coordinate as my son’s mile was run in Arizona by wonderful volunteers who stood for us. The teamwork of Teresa Koontz of Blue Star Mother’s of SW Arizona and Tom Mitchell of Ohio’s Honor and Remember worked with Run For the Fallen and all made it easy for us to participate, we will meet the runners and finish with them in Arlington VA.

543Michael

Volunteer

Rating: 5

What a great organization! Dedicated to honoring our brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country. Founder George Lutz, who lost his son while serving our country, came and spoke at the Chris Moon Memorial unveiling ceremony in Tucson, Az. in 2017 and also has helped us present three Gold Star families with personalized Honor and Remember flags. The Run for the Fallen event is incredible and is just another way Honor and Remember fulfills the mission of making sure every military hero is honored and their sacrifice never forgotten!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember founder George Lutz made a personal appearance and spoke at our statue un-veiling for the Chris Moon Memorial. Thank you Honor and Remember for honoring the sacrifices of fallen soldiers and for helping to keep their memories alive.

1 Laura M.12

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization touches so many lives including general public, active military, and veterans all while honoring families and their heroes that have given their all and should never be forgotten.

Thank you for making me feel like I'm a part of your family while I volunteered with you during the AZ Run for the Fallen.

You are ALL Amazing. May God Bless you and your loved ones.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Amazing folks with even more amazing hearts for the families of our fallen military service members. This organization carries out such an important mission in honoring our fallen and letting the families know that they and their loved ones are remembered.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

So impressed with the Colorado Chapter's first "Run for the Fallen", from Ft Carson to Ft Logan National Cemetery! Thank you for HONORing and REMEMBERing the Gold Star families in this and so many ways!

2 Donna Drake C.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This organization makes sure all our fallen heroes will never ever be forgotten. Honoring the families and their loved ones who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

This organization truly embraces and loves our Gold Star families and our fallen heroes. They make sure our heroes will never be forgotten. I’m honored and blessed to not only be a Kentucky chapter member but to volunteer with them any chance I get.

2 Kimberly Tucker H.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

To say Run For the Fallen and their mission is AMAZING would be an understatement. The pain, sweat and tears will be forever etched in my mind. In 2018, I ran with some super incredible people with Run For The Fallen. As a group we covered 47 miles and I ran 17 of them over a 3 day period. We stopped at every mile to recognize a fallen hero.

Mile 38, my late husbands mile was oh so special to me. The entire group ran this mile with me! As they called Lt Bantee Hall II, I was moved to tears! 6,150 days later, Run For The Fallen (Honor and Remember) made sure Bantee was not forgotten. Almost 17 years later........the emotions took over, as if he left this earth yesterday.
I can’t thank George Lutz enough for his vision for this organization! The compassion he and the runners have shown has been incredible. The instant connections and bonds have been unreal!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember has touched thousands of Gold Star Families with the resonating message that Fallen Military or Fallen First Responders will always be honored, remembered and their sacrifice has not gone unnoticed. Comforting the families and continuing to tell their stories, the love, hugs and the bonds shared last forever.

Our family has been blessed to receive the personalized H&R flag for our two Fallen Heroes - Ssg Travis J Selinsky and Ssg Brandon J Selinsky. It is the compassionate heart & care of the organization and it's people that imprints a permanent place in our hearts.

We will be forever thankful for George Lutz answering the call to make the H&R flag a National symbol of remembrance and sacrifice.

Saying "Thank you" doesn't seem like enough to say but our's is filled with love, gratitude and appreciation.

3

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

An amazing organization honoring fallen heroes and their families

3

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I was able to spend just one day with the Honor and Remember/ Run For The Fallen group that had already run more than 5,000 miles over 4 months honoring America’s fallen heroes....I was both humbled and honored to join these great people who continue to travel around the country honoring our finest Americans. Some of the runners put their families and jobs on pause for a few days at a time, others have fully devoted their lives to pay tribute at every opportunity. While not everyone can put in this kind of physical work, we should all get behind them and give them support along their journey.

2 Genie Marie D.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This organization does more recognition of the families of our fallen heroes, than most. Every year we go and meet up with the convoy as the tireless runners keep going from town to town. No member is forgotten thanks to Honor and Remember.

2 Malissia Doyle S.

Client Served

Rating: 5

My son Hunter was allowed the honor of running a mile in honor of his Father Scottie Smith, then presented a flag this flag. That flag means so much to him. It gives him a comfort to know that an organization is helping him keep his Dads memory alive. He travels with his flag and honors his Dad everywhere we go. As long as he keeps saying his name he keeps his memory alive. Thank you for helping Hunter keep his Dads memory alive.

2 Wade R.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I was first approached by Brian because of our similar Military past. I am very honored to be able to support such a great organization. His drive for family support, his respect for the fallen, and his ability to keep people aware of Gold Star families is remarkable. H&R flags are something I hope to see much more of in the local area!

1 Barbara270

Board Member

Rating: 5

I was gifted an Honor and Remember flag to honor my uncle lost in Germany in WWII 1945. He has not been recovered. I gifted a flag to an uncle of my husband who was also lost in WWII. He was a POW on a hell’s hip and will never be recovered. I asked how I could help this wonderful organization and the Ohio Chapter president asked me to be on the board. I am so thankful to be a part of this organization to meet these wonderful families of our heroes

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I was introduced to the Ihio Honor and Remember chapter in 2015. I was gifted a flag in my Morhers memory for her baby brother who was killed and his body was never found in Germany in WWII.
I in turn gifted a flag to my husbands uncle. His brother was also lost in WWII. A POW in Japan and was killed on a Hellship and he was never found .
Our Ohio Chapter with Tom Mitchell presented both flags at the annual concert in Hamilton, Ohio. I was so moved at this presentation, that I offered to help Tom in any way I could .
To my surprise, he invited me to join the board, I am so proud to be a part of this great organization, and hope to be able to stay involved with them.

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Maggie S.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honest people doing authentic work for the families who’ve sacrificed so much.

1 Debra R.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Amazing organization that honors not just our fallen heroes, but the Gold Star families as well. Helping keep the memory alive of their loved ones is such a gift and this group does just that!!!

1 Charles M.1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I went down and ran with this group. One of the coolest experiences of my life. No kidding!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Where do I begin? That I had the opportunity to run with gold star families or run with an incredible, brave, hardworking and dedicated super amazing people. I’m still looking for words to describe this amazing historical run for our fallen heroes. Those heroes are my brothers and sisters, I call them my family. It was such a great honor to run as a volunteer. At some point I felt like doing more. The consistency, motivation, drive, composure, eagerness , braveness and commitment I saw from the organizations made my jaw drop. These people went above and beyond to make this happen. And it went as far as being the best thing to ever bring honor to our fallen heroes. I still can’t find the right words to describe my experience. I will always be a part of this mission and will always give them my ultimate support. God bless America and also bless the families of our fallen heroes.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I hopped on board about 4 to 6 weeks before the core team of Run for the Fallen hit Georgia. I was hesitant at first and was trying to find someone to be the captain for our beautiful state. No one stepped up so I did, with the saying "I'll try". The VFW, with the state Commander Charles Tony Dobbins , Alisha Gosdin and SMSgt Carrie Schmitzer were the core group. Candice King, a Gold Star mother, Joined us later and together we worked hard to ensure the core group of Run for the Fallen was taken care of to the best of our abilities.
As an Army brat, Marine wife and Gold Star Marine mom, I wanted to help spread the word about this Run, honoring our Fallen Warriors. I have stood at the graveside with the PGR, I have attended services for our Fallen and consoled my new family, one which none of us asked to be in.
This Run is important in raising awareness of those of us left behind while our loved one has crossed over. We must go on, we must remember, we must never forget the sacrifices our Fallen Warriors have made to ensure our safety and that of future generations. I thought my grieving was over, or at least subdued, but this event has shown me there are so many families out there suffering silently, just as I have been doing over 13 years now. I am not alone! Raising awareness, spreading the word that our loved ones are not forgotten. Talking with the crew and being a part of this has helped me become even more aware of the pain and suffering of my "family" but also shown me there are people who wish to honor the lives of our loved ones. I am honored to be a part of this Historical event and I know there are people out there, just like me, who anxiously await to see their loved one honored and remembered.
Say their names, never forget and our loved ones will live on.
Catherine Morales Krattli
Gold Star mother
Cpl. William G. Taylor, USMC
KIA 11-30-05

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Donor

Rating: 5

I love this organization! They truly care about all the Gold Star families and the Fallen. Since I first became aware of them I have flown their flag. My daughter’s late fiancé was honored by the Run for the Fallen. I am privileged to help out in a small way by sharing and by getting in touch with TV and radio stations. I am hoping to have a flag made for Luke’s family and possibly one for us which we will cherish.

1 Frankie L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I was able to be in Winimac, IN when America’s Run for the Fallen passed through and also attended their closing ceremony on June 21st. This group running across America and honoring our fallen military men and women is simply incredible! Leaving their homes and families, running in intense heat and rain so our fallen heroes will not be forgotten!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

My experience with Honor and Remember has been through the Run For The Fallen. During this time the H&R has honored fallen service members and their families with great respect. It has been both heartwarming and heartbreaking hearing the names and meeting the families. It is a beautiful organization with fantastic people! It is well organized.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Very impressed with the organization of this group. What a privilege it is to have our son honored and remembered by those that didn't even know him. They recognize the service and sacrifice of all. Blessings

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I just spent the better part of a week side-by-side with the folks from Honor and Remember during America's Run for the Fallen, and I can tell you that these are the finest people on earth - collectively and individually. These folks have hearts of gold, and it shows day-in and day-out. After seeing the first ceremony at the first marker in South Carolina, I knew it was important that I be at every marker while they were in this state. So much so that I followed them into North Carolina and didn't want to say goodbye. Honor and Remember is an organization that is true to their word - they say what they do, and they do what they say. In just 7 short days, these folks have become like family to me, and it's because they put they're heart into everything they do for Gold Star Families and the loved ones who they honor.

Ericka Kruzick C.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

What an honor to work with such genuine people who are healing through helping others cope with their grief. Such an uplifting group of people. You will leave feeling blessed and have a whole different perspective of true honor.

1 PatriciaMr

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember is a wonderful organization. Their mission is to remember our Fallen. They touch the lives of many Gold Star Families. Founder George Lutz, Gold Star Dad, puts his heart and soul into this organizaiton.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember is a wonderful organization. I have an Honor and Remember flag and have participated in many flag presentations. This flag means so much to everyone that receives one. We have given to families of WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the war on Terror. To know that their loved one is not forgotten when they receive this flag and also when they fly the flag is an amazing tribute. This organization is well run and cares so much for Gold Star families and even families of those that have lost loved ones because of Agent Orange or PTSD.
I am so glad to be affiliated with this organization and have seen many families touched by this organization.

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1 Gregg B.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Outstanding organization supporting Gold Star and 1st Responders families all across the US.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Fantastic organization! Got involved after meeting Gold Star Families in my role as State Captain for the CT Patriot Guard Riders. I was then able to bring the Honor and Remember mission to my corporate role and present many flags all over the US. What an honor to do so and show respect for our Fallen and their families. Well run, passionate and tremendous organization!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I volunteer with Honor and Remember because all over this great nation, families are sitting down at their holiday tables only to see an empty chair around their tables. They have given so much, an entire lifetime of love, and memories so that the rest of us can live in the greatest nation on earth. It is the least we can do, to Honor their sacrifice, and remember their loved ones by name.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Honor and Remember Flag is a wonderful way to show our Gold Star Families that their loved ones will never be forgotten. The yearly remembrance cards sent out to the families continue to support them through difficult times, and that they are part of the Honor and Remember family now.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am not an official member but volunteered with them on more than one occasion. I do so because once I learned what they do for Gold Star families, I was deeply moved. I have made countless friends and acquaintances since being associated and get an incredible sense of belonging a pride. Their mission is clear and selfless and I could not be more proud everytime I spend time with the organization. Thank you for doing so much for so many!

2 Lisa D.2

Client Served

Rating: 5

We consider Honor and Remember a true treasure in our lives... This nonprofit honored our son Spc Michael R Demarsico with an Honor and Remember Flag that we now display on our flag pole during the most special to our hearts holidays. and when not outside on display we keep it in a treasured case.... Knowing our son was and will forever be remembered , that our sacrifice as a family matters means so very much to us.... Thank you so much ... this means more than you could ever know.

lisa m Demarsico mother of Spc Michael R Demarsico kia Aug 16 2012

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The honor they provide and the feeling the Gold Star parents get is priceless. This organization does amazing work! God bless you George and all those who help you to bring a blessing to Gold Star families.

3 Deb_47

Board Member

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember brings our Gold Star Families together in our communities. Honoring a Hero loved one by name is an amazimg experience for all involved.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I've been involved with Honor and Remember for about 3 years. This organization connects Families of Fallen Heroes and presents Personalized Honor and Remember flags to the families of fallen Sevice Members. The more events I go to and participate in; the more I see families meeting and hugging and knowing they are not alone. Also the community gathers; government, civic organizations, Patriot Guard Riders...the list goes on. Honor and Remember connects hearts and hands; I'm honored to be part of this amazing organization.

2 Annette L.1

Client Served

Rating: 5

My son in law was killed in action december 23 2006. My daughter and he were stationed at Ft Drum with deployments to Iraq, we were notified of is death that Christmas as my daughter and granddaughter were in flight to join us for Christmas that night. As an honor this year they added his name to the Run for the Fallen in east Mesa, included us like we were family the first time we experienced some closure in ten long years. They also made a beautiful embroidered flag which my daughter took home in february this year while visiting, you have shown so much love and support. God Bless and thank you

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Client Served

Rating: 5

This organization brings honor to my son SPC Thomas Avery Doyle. He was lost to PTS and suicide. A mother's worst fear is that her child will be forgotten. I am blessed now knowing that this won't happen.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and aremember is a wonderful organization. They recognize all who have given their lives in service to our country. I am beyond proud of the beautiful flag with my son's name. Thank you Honor and Remember! Norma A. Luther

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3 Patti W.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember is a great organization. They wirk diligently to make sure are fallen are always remembered.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember has blessed our family greatly in the Run4Fallen every year in Arizona that honors our son, Army Specialist Kale Clay. It helps so very much to be supported in this way. Our deepest thanks to them, and all who volunteer to make things happen.

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2 Adam D.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

As a runner for this organizations Run for the Fallen I know this organization stays true to their ethos. Taking the time to remember those who sacrificed their all.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Amazing organization that honors families of our fallen Heroes. I appreciate the dedication and sensitivity during the most heartbreaking time of our life. I support the ongoing mission to establish the Honor and Remember Flag as our national symbol, a tangible and visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember has done much for all the families of our fallen heroes. It means so much to our family that our Sammy (Major Samuel Mark Griffith, USMCR, KIA 14 Dec 2011, Afghanistan) was one of many honored by this organization. We can't thank you enough.

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Fred S.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I just got involved with this group last summer. It has been an honor to be able to serve with them.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Honor and Remember is an outstanding organization. They do so much to bring healing and peace to the families of fallen heroes to be sure that they are never forgotten nor are the families. They educate the public on what a Gold Star is and make sure the families can get together at events they do as they are the only ones who truly know their pain. George Lutz who is the founder is a gold star dad and works tirelessly to make good things happen for the families. It is an honor and privilege to work with George in a volunteer capacity and when you meet the families you really know and understand the importance of what he does. I look forward to working with Honor and Remember for a very long time.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I joined Honor and Remember 6 years ago, as a Veteran I feel I am giving back in some way to the family's that have lost a family member in combat. It is a great organization to be part of and it is truly the only remembrance you see out there that carries on the remembrance of fallen soldiers.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have to say that this is one of the best way my son was honored after he was killed over seas. It really touched my heart what George has sacrificed and done for all the Gold Star families. My flag with my sons name on it is one of the nicest gifts I have received. I fly it as often as I can.

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4 Stan W.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Mr. George Lutz gave us two personalized Honor and Remember flag for our two sons ( SSG Robert F. White and CPL Andrew R. White) who died serving our country in OIF and OAF campaigns. We fly them on special days to show others that we honor their sacrifice. This would not be possible without the generous sponsorship of this great non-profit organization.

Stan White, Gold Star Father from Canaan Valley, WV.

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2 Susan Schmiel C.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I see these flags flown across our city and in my own neighborhood. It's very important to recognize those who have fought for our freedom. I appreciate knowing they have lived all around me and their families still do. I have had a member of our family in every single service as well as police, and still do. God Bless them all.

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3 Susan M.2

Client Served

Rating: 5

Our son PFC James F. McClamrock was KIA in Iraq on 09/07/2010. Honor and Remember contacted shortly after his death. They came to Charlotte NC just to be with our family as we were presented with our H&R flag at NASCAR. We were treated like royalty. Everyone was so patient and loving with our brokenness. It was a beautiful day as we Remembered our son with so many beautiful people. Our flag flies in our front yard on days that are memorable. All the Veteran's holidays, James' birthday and death day. The flag is flown to remind people of our loss but also to let them know that there are men and women who are willing to die to protect our Country and our freedoms. Thank you George Lutz and Laura for all of your work and dedication to the Honor and Remember presentations. Lovingly, The McClamrock Family!

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2 Mary367

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Thank you Mr George Lutz for everything you're doing to be sure our fallen Hero's are never forgotten. The beautiful personalized flags presented in rememberance of our loved ones are truly beautiful. Mom of Cpl Nicholas J. Manoukian KIA 10-21-2006 Iraq age 22

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2 Cheryl C.1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

As a member of Team Fastrax skydiving team, it is an honor to work with this organization! Honor and Remember has a heart of gold, always remembering our Fallen. Can not say enough good things!

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2 Lori B.2

Donor

Rating: 5

I am proud to support this wonderful organization and the work they do to support the families of our fallen heroes. Thank you! We will never Forget.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Great organization that supports Gold Star families and brings recognition to our fallen.

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2 Mark S.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

A great group that supports local gold star families and sponsors the Virginia run for the fallen

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This is by far a very necessary nonprofit organization, it honors our war heroes and helps the families with there loss of a loved one while giving the ultimate sacrifice,
God Bless all the Gold star families

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

An amazing organization, led by selfless individuals. Highly recommend donating and supporting their cause!!

Review from Guidestar