New Jersey Strong news – Wrightstown, NJ: New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs reports 11.21.2019 – Members of the Honor Guard present American flags to the official party during the 33rd NJMOH ceremony at the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery at Wrightstown, N.J., Nov. 21, 2019. The cremains of World War I U.S. Army veteran Thomas G. Dockendorff, World War I U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Clark C. Merritt; World War II U.S. Army veterans’ Alphonse Martin, Arnold R. Mausert, and Ludwig A. Schwaiger; World War II U.S. Navy veterans’ Charles B. Blaisdell and William T. Brakeman; Korean War U.S. Air Force veteran Stephen E. Otey Sr., and Cold War era U.S. Army veteran Willie Simpson, were honored during the ceremony. Some of these cremains had gone unclaimed for as long as 52 years. NJMOH’s mission is to identify, retrieve, and intern the cremated remains of veterans forgotten in New Jersey funeral homes. (New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs photo by Mark C. Olsen)

Members of the Honor Guard present American flags to the official party during the 33rd NJMOH ceremony at the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery at Wrightstown, N.J., Nov. 21, 2019. The cremains of World War I U.S. Army veteran Thomas G. Dockendorff, World War I U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Clark C. Merritt; World War II U.S. Army veterans’ Alphonse Martin, Arnold R. Mausert, and Ludwig A. Schwaiger; World War II U.S. Navy veterans’ Charles B. Blaisdell and William T. Brakeman; Korean War U.S. Air Force veteran Stephen E. Otey Sr., and Cold War era U.S. Army veteran Willie Simpson, were honored during the ceremony. Some of these cremains had gone unclaimed for as long as 52 years. NJMOH’s mission is to identify, retrieve, and intern the cremated remains of veterans forgotten in New Jersey funeral homes. (New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs photo by Mark C. Olsen)