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“REMEMBERING OUR FALLEN” Photo Exhibit on Display May 11-14

Photo Exhibit of Georgia’s Fallen on Display
May 11 – 14 at Georgia Military College

(Milledgeville, GA)  A very emotional exhibit, “Remembering Our Fallen,” is a stark reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by 204 Georgians killed in The War on Terror while wearing our country’s uniform in a war zone.  The photo display, which includes military and personal photos of each of Georgia’s Fallen, will be traveling throughout Georgia and will be coming to Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, May 11 – 14, 2015. 

“We can never forget those who sacrificed everything for our freedom.  We must remember these American Heroes and speak their names when we see their family members,” said Dr. Mary Hawkins, President of Bellevue University.  “This exhibit is created in such a way so it can travel easily throughout Georgia, so that more people will have the opportunity to honor and remember Georgia’s Fallen.” 

Those from Central Georgia and the GMC Family to be honored and remembered include:
Sgt Kelley L. Courtney, USMC (Macon)
SPC Mark J. Downer, USA (Warner Robins)
SSG Alex  French IV, ARNG (Milledgeville)
SPC Daniel E. Gomez, USA (Warner Robins and GMC Warner Robins Campus Family)
MAJ W. David “DG” Gray (Loganville and GMC Milledgeville Campus Family)
SGT David "D'Maine" A. Holmes, ARNG (Tennille)
SGT Marcus S. Futrell, ARNG (Macon)
SGT Chad Mercer, ARNG (Waycross and GMC Milledgeville Campus Family)
SrA Jason D. Nathan, USAF (Macon)
SGT Michael Stokely, ARNG (Loganville and GMC Milledgeville Campus Family)
Cpl William G. Taylor, USMC (Macon)
SGT Robert "Leeroy" G. Tenney, Jr., USA (Warner Robins)
LCpl Jeffrey D. Walker, USMC (Macon)
EM3 Amber L. Winbourne, USN (Warner Robins)
MAJ Roy A. Wood, ARNG (Milledgeville and GMC Prep School Family)

This exhibit, and 15 other state exhibits, have been created by Patriotic Productions, a non-profit organization, in Omaha, Nebraska.  Their goal is to complete an exhibit for every state. The financial sponsor of the exhibit is Bellevue University, a private, non-profit University in Bellevue, Nebraska.  More information is available at: or  

“Remembering Our Fallen”
May 11 – May 14
Georgia Military College – Peter Boylan Hall Atrium
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Daily)
The exhibit is open to the public.
No charge for admission.