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My Dad and four of his brothers served in the armed forces. At one point, all five of them were in the service at the same time.
They are all gone now but not forgotten
Ray D. Carpenter
August 25, 1917 - November 13, 2006
Joel A. Carpenter
November 7, 1919 - August 16, 2004
Wilfred W. Carpenter
March 15, 1921 - January 18, 2002
Arthur D. Carpenter
April 24, 1924 - January 13, 2005
Alvin G. Carpenter
August 14, 1926 - August 1, 2000
Clarence D. Carpenter
April 25, 1928 - January 28, 2008
Norman H. Carpenter
November 39, 1929 - August 13, 1997
U.S. Army 289th Infantry Regiment soldiers march through the snow-covered Ardennes on their way to cut off the Saint Vith-Houffalize road in Belgium, during the last days of the Battle of the Bulge, 24, January 1945.
The USS Toledo (CA-133) in 1951 in San Francisco.
My dad was one of the Plank Owners on this ship.
On 6 January 1947, the heavy cruiser got underway for a two-month training cruise in the waters of theWest Indies.
The wooden tokens is for $25 off the price of your Next Diamond or Heirloom flag case, or give it to a friend who may be looking to purchase a flag case.
So if you receive a token or find one, just enter the code number on the coin, in the Voucher Box when you check out and you will receive $25 off the price.
In 1997 I was asked to make a simple triangle flag case but I wanted to create a work of art that was worthy of the men and women who served our country. So I started drawing different designs for the memorial flag case.
After drawing about 20 different flag case designs I thought about combining the burial flag case with the service awards, photos, shell casings, dog tags etc. and came up with the artistic design shape of the Diamond Flag Case and the rest is History.
In 1997 my Dad was retired and started helping me cut pieces and do some sanding on the flag cases.
He was helping me with the flag cases until he passed away in 2008. I miss him and think of him often, especially when I am creating the Diamond and Heirloom flag cases.
He will always be with me when I create every flag case, in my memories and my heart.
This website is dedicated to my Dad, Clarence “Carp” Carpenter.
My Uncle Alvin Carpenter
Fought at the Battle of the Bulge
Memorial burial flag display cases for your beloved military veteran