A special message from President of Cornerstone Jennifer Agnello.
On Wednesday, November 11 Cornerstone will pay special tribute to the men and women who so bravely devoted their time to serve in the armed forces.
November 11 is a day to reflect on the tremendous gratitude we owe generation after generation of dedicated, brave men and women in uniform. The sacrifices of those individuals cannot and will not be forgotten.
In honor of Veterans Day, I implore you to take a moment and remember it is through the sacrifices of our military that we enjoy the freedoms and unlimited opportunities this country stands for. Please pause to recall the sacrifices that our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen have and will continue to make, serving our Nation where and whenever they have been called upon. Their service deserves acknowledgment. These courageous and brave individuals have forgone family life, careers and for many, sacrificed their lives, willingly taking on the greatest responsibility, upholding our freedom. They have voluntarily joined the ranks of America’s Armed Forces, fully aware of their obligations as citizens and the risks they are taking to stand for what our country believes in and was founded upon.
Through their courageous and unquestioned sacrifices, they have secured for millions the blessings of freedom, democracy, and unmatched opportunity that we enjoy in the United States today.
Please take the time to PERSONALLY thank these special folks and those who are a part of your lives. Cornerstone would like to thank our employee veterans who have served, Eric Pouncy and Hal Demmerle, as well as our many family members currently serving or who have served in the past. They deserve our respect and recognition.
We have chosen to give our veterans a half-day off on Wednesday, November 11 to show our appreciation corporately.
Thank you to our employees and families for making this sacrifice. We are grateful to you for allowing us to continue to live in a thriving, peaceful, FREE country. Have a safe Veterans Day, and as always, God bless the United States of America.
Jennifer Agnello, President