Daniel Simmons Sr.

N. CHARLESTON, SC REVEREND 06/17/2015, CHARLESTON, SC Reverend Daniel Simmons, Sr. N. CHARLESTON was born in Clarendon County, SC, on July 16, 1940. Reverend Simmons was educated in the Public Schools of South Carolina and graduated from Palmetto High School, Mullins. He received a Bachelor’s Degree from Allen University, a Master’s Degree in Social Work […]

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Depayne V. Middleton-Doctor

HOLLYWOOD, SC, U.S.A. REVEREND 06/17/2015 CHARLESTON, SC Reverend Depayne Vontrese Middleton-Doctor was born December 15, 1965 in South Carolina. DePayne Middleton-Doctor was the middle child of three daughters born to the Reverend Leroy and Mrs. Frances Middleton. The girls grew up attending an African Methodist Episcopal church west of Charleston. Their father was an AME […]

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Ethel Lee Lance

CHARLESTON, SC, U.S.A. CHURCH SEXTON,MOTHER EMANUAL AME CHURCH, CUSTORDIAN, GAILLARD MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM 06/07/2015, CHARLESTON, SC The life of Ethel Lee Lance, 70, epitomized loyalty, consistency and dedication to serving others. Born in Charleston where she and her husband Nathaniel Lance raised their family, Ethel Lance was a lifelong member of Emanuel AME Church. She took […]

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Myra Singleton Q. Thompson

CHARLESTON, SC, U.S.A. TEACHER, GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, PASTOR 06/17/2015, CHARLESTON, SC Myra Thompson was born and raised in Charleston, SC. She graduated from Burke High School. Myra leaves to mourn her a loving, devoted, and cherished husband, The Reverend Anthony Thompson, 3 children whom she cherished and many, many family members and friends. Myra Thompson achieved […]

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Michael Reagan to be Awarded Citizens Before Self Honor Medal

The Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation announced its 2015 Citizen Honors Program honorees today.  The three honorees, selected from 20 finalists for their acts of courage and selflessness, are:  Alton Brieske, Jon Meis and Michael Reagan.  The honorees will be recognized in a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on National Medal of Honor Day, Wednesday, […]

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Come Help Celebrate Michael’s Birthday at Saltys’ in Alki – May 8th

On Tuesday, May 8, Salty’s in Alki welcomes the Fallen Heroes Project honoring Americans for their ultimate sacrifice during the war against terrorism. The foundation provides resources to make and distribute to each family a hand-drawn portrait of their fallen hero by world-renowned artist Michael G. Reagan, free of charge. Michael will join you at the May 8 First […]

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Michael Reagan Grand Marshall of Seattle St. Patrick’s Parade

Michael Reagan has been named Grand Marshall of the Seattle St. Patrick’s day parade to be held starting at 12:30 pm on Saturday, March 17th.  The parade starts at 4th Ave at Jefferson in downtown Seattle.  Congratulations Michael!

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Michael Reagan Grand Marshal of Tour de Terrace

Mountlake Terrace residents and visitors have enjoyed one of the best family festivals of Seafair for the past eighteen years. Tour de Terrace, a Seafair-sanctioned event, kicks off Friday, July 29 with the 18th Annual Tour de Terrace Parade featuring the Seattle Police Motorcycle Drill team at 6:45 pm. This year’s Grand Marshal is Artist […]

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VFW Thank You Letter

Michael gave a presentation to the Washington State VFW in which he showed a new poster of the portraits 21 Medal of Honor Awardees he was commissioned to draw.  These are members of the 442nd Combat Brigade, the most decorated unit in the history of the US Military.  At the event were also members of […]

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Fallen Heroes Project to be Recognized in Washington State Senate

On April 7th, 2011,  in Olympia Washington,  the State Senate recognized the Fallen Hero Portrait Project.  Michael was contacted and asked if he had that day available. Michael had the opportunity to tell new folks about the Heroes he has drawn portraits of, and that is one of our promises to the families, to never let anyone ever forget.  The Fallen hero […]

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