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Peace Post: In Remembrance of Those Who Served

Albert P. Bruno headstone Ft. Logan

Dad (Albert P. Bruno) Ft. Logan National Cemetery


  1. Cindy

    Lovely tribute! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Jane Chesebrough

    I attended ceremonies here in Edmonton, as I do endeavor to remember the fallen.All the best to you, Laura.

    • laura bruno lilly

      Thanks for popping up on my blog, Jane. How are classes coming along?

  3. Andy

    I love that epitaph.

    • laura bruno lilly

      For more on it, read my response to Sue’s comment below.

  4. Anna Scott Graham

    No words are necessary; this photo says it all. Lovely sunflowers too….

  5. Sue

    His memory is preserved there as a beautiful celebration of a life well loved. It’s perfect that the sunflowers brighten up both sides.

    • laura bruno lilly

      Oh, you noticed the two sunflowers! Sweet.
      The other side is Ma’s ‘side’. She passed away first and Dad wanted the phrase ‘Together Forever’ to be written on it, so we left it as is in tribute to his love for her (hence the ‘love you both’ on the bottom of Dad’s side from we the living).

      • Andy

        Ah I see. I thought it meant you loved both aspects of your father-the family man and the mountain man.

        • laura bruno lilly

          That was something bro & I thought might happen, but decided to word it that way anyway…
          Either way, it works!

  6. Jill Weatherholt

    Beautiful tribute, Laura. <3 I appreciate your father's service to our nation.

  7. L. Marie

    What a lovely remembrance, Laura.

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