In Southeast Texas, we remember Pearl Harbor
Most of our Pearl Harbor surviviors are gone. The youngest would be 95-96.
We do have many World War II veterans who enlisted or were drafted in the days following Pearl Harbor.
Are you looking for ways to honor them?
Here are some ideas from the Southeast Texas Senior Resource Guide:
Take a Golden Triangle veteran to lunch – everyone enjoys the chance to get out and to talk over a meal. You just might enjoy it more than they do!
Drop a “Thank-you for your service card” by a local nursing home. Everyone appreciates receiving a hand written card or letter – and seniors appreciate it more than ever. Nursing home staff will usually help you personally deliver the card to a veteran or will hand deliver it for you.
Are you looking for a nursing home to visit?
Here are some local nursing homes in Southeast Texas and the Golden Triangle:
The Oaks Nursing Home & Senior Rehab in Beaumont:
Avalon Place Nursing & Rehab Center in Kirbyville:
Timber Ridge Nursing Home and Senior Rehabilitation Facility in Jasper TX:
Village Creek Nursing & Senior Rehab in Lumberton TX:
Are you looking for more information about Golden Triangle veterans?
Click here for SETXSeniors.com – The online magazine for the Southeast Texas senior community. With over 300 articles each year, including biographies of local veterans, no one provides more news, event information, and inspiration for seniors.
Pick up a copy of the Southeast Texas Senior Resource Guide at over 400 locations in Southeast Texas: Beaumont, Port Arthur, Orange, Lumberton, Crystal Beach, Silsbee, Jasper, Woodville, and other Golden Triangle communities.
Do you have questions about our Golden Triangle senior publications?
- Daryl Fant, Publisher SETX Seniors & Southeast Texas Senior Resource Guide
- Call with Southeast Texas advertising questions: (512) 567-8068
- E-mail SETX Seniors: SETXSeniors@gmail.com
All local veterans are invited to the Military Peer Network of Southeast Texas Annual Holiday Party:
Best wishes to all of our Golden Triangle veterans.
You are appreciated.
In Southeast Texas, we remember you – and we remember Pearl Harbor Day.