Pearl Harbor Remembered at Thanks-Giving Square in Dallas

Warm coats and scarfs wrapped around faces were the attire as a small crowd gathered Thursday in Thanks-Giving Square to remember the attack on Pearl Harbor. Faith & Grief Ministries hosted the event. Speakers stood in front of an arch that had blue and white ribbons tied to it. Each ribbon carried the name of a lost loved one. Leslie Sinclair-Worley came to remember her father, George Worley, who had joined the Navy as soon as he could at the age of 17. He was a First Class Seaman in the early morning of December 7, 1941, serving on the U.S.S. Worden. His ship was not hit but he lost many friends who were on other ships that day.Worley says, "I think we are forgetting what those periods of time were like when men and women willingly gave up all that they had in order for us to keep what we have."   Continue reading...

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