Hey USA, Happy Memorial Day Weekend! Thank you.


Let’s remember the ones who fought for this country and an idea of world peace and freedom. Many people speak of freedom but here we live it. While we all have our differences in this country we have learned to live together independently yet working together to preserve the idea of a democracy.

I would like to thank all of the veterans out there that gave their time and risked their lives so we could maintain our way of life. Whether you agree with your current government or not, you were willing to lay down your life for the greater good of all the citizens. Thank you.

For all of the families that had to say goodbye to someone because they made the ultimate sacrifice, I am sorry for your loss. I would like to say thank you to your family for understanding when that person went off to serve for the United States of America. I would like to say that we all appreciate what that person did so we can continue with our way of life. Thank you.

I would also like to turn to our industry, the wireless communications industry. We have lost so many people over the years. In the small community of tower climbing in the USA, we have lost several workers in 2014. My heart goes out to all of the families that had to grieve for losing a loved one in this industry. While you are looking for answers I would like to take this moment to tell you that I am sorry for all you have been through. Wireless is a small community and while many climbers immediately look to figure out why it happened, we never lose site of the fact that we lost someone in this community. Someone that we may have been working with and cared about. Something that could have happened to any one of the workers out there today. That is why it is so hard for many to take the time to stop and grieve. Many keep moving ahead because when they think of what could have happened, it gets to be too much. So I want to take this time and have all of us take a moment of silence and reflection for the people we lost in this industry. I would like to say I am sorry for your loss. Thank you for understanding.

For all of you who have suffered for a greater cause. To all who have lost a sister, a brother, a father, a mother, a child, or a best friend, I would like to say how much we appreciate your love for that person. I am sorry for your loss. While others may understand and try to console you, some have walked in your shoes. I am sorry for your loss. Deeply sorry.

Enjoy your Memorial Day week Americans! Just take a moment to understand why we observe this holiday.

 

 

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