Moving Honors Procession traveling across the county, makes stop in Chicago
CHICAGO – Fallen heroes were remembered at an emotional event Sunday on Chicago’s lakefront.
The Moving Honors Procession is making its way across the country. Along the way, it’s giving Americans a chance to pay their respects to first responders who died during service. Many of them died of Covid-19.
Sunday’s Chicago event was held at Firefighter Memorial Park along the lake.
The processions includes a replica of the “Tree of Life,” a temporary memorial bearing 72 names. Of the 72 names, three were from Chicago; Robert Truevillian, Michael Pickering and Dwayne Redmond
Loved ones were on hand for the procession.
The procession will end Friday in Arlington, Virginia.
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