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  • Chapter 311 of the Vietnam Veterans of America march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. The parade kicked off at Village Hall and ended in a ceremony at Memorial Park.

       Chapter 311 of the Vietnam Veterans of America march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. The parade kicked off at Village Hall and ended in a ceremony at Memorial Park.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Steve Sharel of Arlington Heights marches with the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 311 at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. Sharel served onboard the carrier USS Enterprise as an Aviation Storekeeper during the Vietnam War.

       Steve Sharel of Arlington Heights marches with the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 311 at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. Sharel served onboard the carrier USS Enterprise as an Aviation Storekeeper during the Vietnam War.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Sailors with the Recruit Training command from Great Lakes march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.

       Sailors with the Recruit Training command from Great Lakes march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • American Legion Post 36 Officer Don Meseth prepares to lay a wreath at the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.

       American Legion Post 36 Officer Don Meseth prepares to lay a wreath at the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • VFW 2992 Commander Willain Fiegel, right, along with Officer Don Meseth of American Legion Post 36 prepare to lay a wreath at the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.

       VFW 2992 Commander Willain Fiegel, right, along with Officer Don Meseth of American Legion Post 36 prepare to lay a wreath at the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • VFW 2992 Officer John Smullen, a veteran of World War II and Korea, along with Officer Ron Simon of American Legion Post 36 raise the flag during the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.

       VFW 2992 Officer John Smullen, a veteran of World War II and Korea, along with Officer Ron Simon of American Legion Post 36 raise the flag during the Memorial Day ceremony at All Saints Cemetery in Des Plaines on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Caleb Cruz, 4 of Itasca, wears a United State Marine Corp shirt to honor his uncle who is serving in the Marines, as he attends the annual Memorial Day parade in Itasca on Monday.

       Caleb Cruz, 4 of Itasca, wears a United State Marine Corp shirt to honor his uncle who is serving in the Marines, as he attends the annual Memorial Day parade in Itasca on Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • An American flag waves from a mail box as the annual Itasca Memorial Day parade passes by Monday.

       An American flag waves from a mail box as the annual Itasca Memorial Day parade passes by Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the West Suburban Shriners participate in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.

       Members of the West Suburban Shriners participate in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Members of VFW Post 5167 march in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.

       Members of VFW Post 5167 march in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Civil War era Taylor's Battery B march in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.

       Members of the Civil War era Taylor's Battery B march in the Itasca Memorial Day parade on Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Flags were handed out to spectators at Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade on Monday.

       Flags were handed out to spectators at Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade on Monday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Spectators show their respect to the flag and applaud the veterans during Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade on Monday.

       Spectators show their respect to the flag and applaud the veterans during Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade on Monday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Plenty of flags to go around at Monday's annual Memorial Day parade in Grayslake.

       Plenty of flags to go around at Monday's annual Memorial Day parade in Grayslake.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade departs from Grayslake Central High School Monday with VFW Post 2245 member Frank White carrying the American Flag.

       Grayslake's annual Memorial Day parade departs from Grayslake Central High School Monday with VFW Post 2245 member Frank White carrying the American Flag.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Bob Wegge of the VFW Post 2245 is surrounded by red, white and blue before the kickoff of Monday's Memorial Day parade in Grayslake.

       Bob Wegge of the VFW Post 2245 is surrounded by red, white and blue before the kickoff of Monday's Memorial Day parade in Grayslake.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • The village of Mundelein held their Memorial Day ceremony in Memorial Park on Monday.

       The village of Mundelein held their Memorial Day ceremony in Memorial Park on Monday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Nancy Konz, left, with the Mundelein American Legion Post 867 Auxiliary, and Victoria McConville, with the Lake Zurich American Legion Post 964, present the wreath during Monday's Memorial Day ceremony.

       Nancy Konz, left, with the Mundelein American Legion Post 867 Auxiliary, and Victoria McConville, with the Lake Zurich American Legion Post 964, present the wreath during Monday's Memorial Day ceremony.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Sheets of paper with the names of Mundelein American Legion Post 867 members who have died this past year are burned during the Memorial Day ceremony Monday.

       Sheets of paper with the names of Mundelein American Legion Post 867 members who have died this past year are burned during the Memorial Day ceremony Monday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Mundelein's annual Memorial Day parade heads down Pershing Ave. with American Legion Post 867 member Paul Papineau carrying the American Flag.

       Mundelein's annual Memorial Day parade heads down Pershing Ave. with American Legion Post 867 member Paul Papineau carrying the American Flag.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Bob Schenck, with Mundelein American Legion Post 867, participates in Mundelein's Memorial Day ceremony in Memorial Park.

       Bob Schenck, with Mundelein American Legion Post 867, participates in Mundelein's Memorial Day ceremony in Memorial Park.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • St. Charles Boy Scout Troop 13 turns the corner of Main and Riverside Drive during the St. Charles Memorial Day Parade Monday.

       St. Charles Boy Scout Troop 13 turns the corner of Main and Riverside Drive during the St. Charles Memorial Day Parade Monday.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • An Honor Guard presents the colors to start the St. Charles Memorial Day Parade Monday.

       An Honor Guard presents the colors to start the St. Charles Memorial Day Parade Monday.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Chapter 311 of the Vietnam Veterans of America march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. The parade kicked off at Village Hall and ended in a ceremony at Memorial Park.

       Chapter 311 of the Vietnam Veterans of America march in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights. The parade kicked off at Village Hall and ended in a ceremony at Memorial Park.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Brigadier General Gracus K. Dunn, Commanding General of the 85th Support Command, Arlington Heights salutes parade goers at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.

       Brigadier General Gracus K. Dunn, Commanding General of the 85th Support Command, Arlington Heights salutes parade goers at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Parade goers stand as members of the Arlington Heights American Legion Merle Guild Post 208 bear the flag at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.

       Parade goers stand as members of the Arlington Heights American Legion Merle Guild Post 208 bear the flag at the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Marine Corps League ride in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.

       Members of the Marine Corps League ride in the Memorial Day parade in Monday in Arlington Heights.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Korean War veteran Jere Crise of Palatine shows off his medals during Palatine's American Legion Post 690 ceremony held on Memorial Day in Towne Square on Monday.

       Korean War veteran Jere Crise of Palatine shows off his medals during Palatine's American Legion Post 690 ceremony held on Memorial Day in Towne Square on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Palatine's American Legion 690 post commander Todd Pearson and Pat Kowalski, 1st vice-president of the woman's auxiliary American Legion 690 lay the wreath during Palatine's American Legion Post 690 ceremony held on Memorial Day in Towne Square on Monday.

       Palatine's American Legion 690 post commander Todd Pearson and Pat Kowalski, 1st vice-president of the woman's auxiliary American Legion 690 lay the wreath during Palatine's American Legion Post 690 ceremony held on Memorial Day in Towne Square on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The wooden cross in honor of U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, was placed in the Wheaton Cemetery by members of American Legion and VFW.

       The wooden cross in honor of U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, was placed in the Wheaton Cemetery by members of American Legion and VFW.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Army Major Steve Fixler honors U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, during a Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.

       Army Major Steve Fixler honors U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, during a Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Members of American Legion Post 76 and VFW Post 2164 fire a salute during the 2012 Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.

       Members of American Legion Post 76 and VFW Post 2164 fire a salute during the 2012 Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • VFW Post 2164 member Louis Licastro a World War II Army Air Corp veteran who survived the Japanese attach on Pearl Harbor in 1941, gives a salute during the Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.

       VFW Post 2164 member Louis Licastro a World War II Army Air Corp veteran who survived the Japanese attach on Pearl Harbor in 1941, gives a salute during the Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • VFW Post 2164 member Louis Celli, World War II Army veteran, and Army Major Steve Fixler, give salutes during the Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.

       VFW Post 2164 member Louis Celli, World War II Army veteran, and Army Major Steve Fixler, give salutes during the Wheaton Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Nicolette Laurich, Jr. Vice President of Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 2164 and Jim Goepel of American Legion Post 67 and VFW Post 2164 carry a wooden cross in honor of U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. The city of Wheaton held it's annual Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.

       Nicolette Laurich, Jr. Vice President of Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 2164 and Jim Goepel of American Legion Post 67 and VFW Post 2164 carry a wooden cross in honor of U.S. Army Spc. Samuel Watts, who died Saturday from injuries he suffered last month from a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. The city of Wheaton held it's annual Memorial Day ceremony at Wheaton Cemetery, Monday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Jason Witte of Naperville relaxes in the shade with his son James, 6, and Charlotte, 8, before the Naperville Memorial Day parade.

       Jason Witte of Naperville relaxes in the shade with his son James, 6, and Charlotte, 8, before the Naperville Memorial Day parade.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Crone Middle School band march in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.

       Members of the Crone Middle School band march in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Leo Kuefler, 95, is Naperville's oldest veteran participating in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.

       Leo Kuefler, 95, is Naperville's oldest veteran participating in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Jasmina and John O'Connor of Naperville give their boys Milan, 5, and Nikola, 4, a higher view to watch the Naperville Memorial Day parade.

       Jasmina and John O'Connor of Naperville give their boys Milan, 5, and Nikola, 4, a higher view to watch the Naperville Memorial Day parade.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Allan Lynch of Gurnee is a former United States Army soldier and recipient of the United States Military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the Vietnam War. He serves as the Naperville Memorial Day Parade Grand Marshall.

       Allan Lynch of Gurnee is a former United States Army soldier and recipient of the United States Military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions in the Vietnam War. He serves as the Naperville Memorial Day Parade Grand Marshall.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the Judd Kendall Post 3873 Veterans of Foreign Wars march in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.

       Members of the Judd Kendall Post 3873 Veterans of Foreign Wars march in the Naperville Memorial Day parade.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Vietnam veteran James Corcoran salutes over the grave of his son, John David Corcoran, Sunday at the Bluff City Cemetery following the Memorial Day service in Elgin. The 33-year-old Corcoran served in the Marine Corps for eight years in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and several other conflicts. He suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and committed suicide this year after returning to Elgin. His mother Gayle and sisters Caroline and Lisa stand together.

       Vietnam veteran James Corcoran salutes over the grave of his son, John David Corcoran, Sunday at the Bluff City Cemetery following the Memorial Day service in Elgin. The 33-year-old Corcoran served in the Marine Corps for eight years in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and several other conflicts. He suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and committed suicide this year after returning to Elgin. His mother Gayle and sisters Caroline and Lisa stand together.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • James Corcoran hugs his wife Gayle as they stand at their son John's grave Monday at the Bluff City Cemetery following the Memorial Day service in Elgin. The 33-year-old Corcoran served in the Marine Corps for eight years in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and several other conflicts. He suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and killed himself last year after returning to Elgin. His sisters Caroline and LIsa, right, stand with the family. James served in Vietnam during the war.

       James Corcoran hugs his wife Gayle as they stand at their son John's grave Monday at the Bluff City Cemetery following the Memorial Day service in Elgin. The 33-year-old Corcoran served in the Marine Corps for eight years in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and several other conflicts. He suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and killed himself last year after returning to Elgin. His sisters Caroline and LIsa, right, stand with the family. James served in Vietnam during the war.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Ralph Johnston Jr. of South Elgin says the Pledge of Allegiance Monday while bearing his father's hat and dog tags at the Memorial Day service at the Bluff City Cemetery in Elgin. His father served in France during World War II.

       Ralph Johnston Jr. of South Elgin says the Pledge of Allegiance Monday while bearing his father's hat and dog tags at the Memorial Day service at the Bluff City Cemetery in Elgin. His father served in France during World War II.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Mark Rodecker of Ship 7 Navy Club of Elgin salutes Monday as the flag is lowered and raised again during the Memorial Day service at the Bluff City Cemetery in Elgin.

       Mark Rodecker of Ship 7 Navy Club of Elgin salutes Monday as the flag is lowered and raised again during the Memorial Day service at the Bluff City Cemetery in Elgin.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Mary Patterson and Socorro Martinez embrace Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva. Their late sons were honored at the ceremony. The names of Christopher Patterson and Alex Martinez were added to the Veterans Memorial. Christopher's father, Robert, and Ty Simmons, a retired Vietnam and Iraq wars helicopter pilot and Silver Star recipient, are behind them.

       Mary Patterson and Socorro Martinez embrace Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva. Their late sons were honored at the ceremony. The names of Christopher Patterson and Alex Martinez were added to the Veterans Memorial. Christopher's father, Robert, and Ty Simmons, a retired Vietnam and Iraq wars helicopter pilot and Silver Star recipient, are behind them.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Socorro Martinez, mother of the late Alex Martinez, touches his name, which was added to the Veterans Memorial Monday at the Government Center in Geneva.

       Socorro Martinez, mother of the late Alex Martinez, touches his name, which was added to the Veterans Memorial Monday at the Government Center in Geneva.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Ty Simmons, retired Vietnam and Iraq wars helicopter pilot and Silver Star recipient, hugs Mary Patterson, mother of the late Christopher Patterson, who was memorialized Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva.

       Ty Simmons, retired Vietnam and Iraq wars helicopter pilot and Silver Star recipient, hugs Mary Patterson, mother of the late Christopher Patterson, who was memorialized Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Robert Patterson holds his wife Mary on Monday after their late son, Christopher, was enshrined in the Veterans Memorial at a ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva.

       Robert Patterson holds his wife Mary on Monday after their late son, Christopher, was enshrined in the Veterans Memorial at a ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Mary Patterson hugs Enrique Martinez on Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva. Their sons were enshrined in the Veterans memorial. Behind them is Robert Patterson. At right front is Alex Martinez's wife, Julianne.

       Mary Patterson hugs Enrique Martinez on Monday at the Memorial Day ceremony sponsored by the Kane County Veterans Assistance Commission at the Government Center in Geneva. Their sons were enshrined in the Veterans memorial. Behind them is Robert Patterson. At right front is Alex Martinez's wife, Julianne.
    John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars officer Frank Perhats of Post 7706 speaks Monday in before people at the Evergreen Cemetery in Barrington, honoring the U.S. men and women who died while in military service to their country.

       Veterans of Foreign Wars officer Frank Perhats of Post 7706 speaks Monday in before people at the Evergreen Cemetery in Barrington, honoring the U.S. men and women who died while in military service to their country.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Barrington's Veterans of Foreign Wars officers of Post 7706 commemorate U.S. men and women who died while in military service to their country at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony on Monday.

       Barrington's Veterans of Foreign Wars officers of Post 7706 commemorate U.S. men and women who died while in military service to their country at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony on Monday.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Barrington's American Legion 158 commander Bob Brandt joins other veterans whose selflessness to their country is honored Monday at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony.

       Barrington's American Legion 158 commander Bob Brandt joins other veterans whose selflessness to their country is honored Monday at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Palatine's Phil Sawicki wipes away tears Monday for his father, George, who died in World War II as officers of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7706 honor the fallen at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony.

       Palatine's Phil Sawicki wipes away tears Monday for his father, George, who died in World War II as officers of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7706 honor the fallen at Evergreen Cemetery during the Barrington Memorial Day ceremony.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Roger Kotecki, along with other costumed interpreters, present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm.

       Roger Kotecki, along with other costumed interpreters, present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Costumed interpreters present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm in West Chicago.

       Costumed interpreters present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm in West Chicago.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • George Webber is the director of education and military programs at the Center for History in Wheaton. Talking about William Tecumseh Sherman, he, along with other costumed interpreters, present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm in West Chicago.

       George Webber is the director of education and military programs at the Center for History in Wheaton. Talking about William Tecumseh Sherman, he, along with other costumed interpreters, present Memorial Day Remembered, a ceremony reminiscent of those in the 1890's, Monday at Klein Creek Farm in West Chicago.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Members of the American Legion Post 1983 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2202 march Monday to the cemetary during the Memorial Day service at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Schaumburg.

       Members of the American Legion Post 1983 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2202 march Monday to the cemetary during the Memorial Day service at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Schaumburg.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2202 members and ladies auxiliary members -- from left, Gordon Stanley, Georgi Peterson, Marco Dabetic, Samantha Alderson, David Hill and Julie Hill -- place wreathes during the Memorial Day service Monday at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.

       Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2202 members and ladies auxiliary members -- from left, Gordon Stanley, Georgi Peterson, Marco Dabetic, Samantha Alderson, David Hill and Julie Hill -- place wreathes during the Memorial Day service Monday at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Veterans enter the cemetery Monday during the Memorial Day service at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Schaumburg.

       Veterans enter the cemetery Monday during the Memorial Day service at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Schaumburg.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • Spring Valley Concert Band members Stephen Foster of Hoffman Estates and Catherine Kapocius of Streamwood play taps during the Memorial Day service Monday at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.

       Spring Valley Concert Band members Stephen Foster of Hoffman Estates and Catherine Kapocius of Streamwood play taps during the Memorial Day service Monday at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

  • The flag is lowered to half-staff Monday during the Memorial Day service at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.

       The flag is lowered to half-staff Monday during the Memorial Day service at the St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery in Schaumburg.
    Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

 

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