National League of POW-MIA Families

National League of POW-MIA Families
AMERICANS ACCOUNTED FOR: On 7/26/19, DPAA posted the identification of Major Neal C. Ward, USAF. Listed as MIA in Laos on 6/13/69, his remains were recovered on 12/13/17, and identified on 7/19/19. On 6/11/19, DPAA announced that Air Force Colonel Roy A. Knight, Jr, listed as MIA on 5/19/67 over Laos, is now accounted for. His remains were recovered on 2/28/19, and ID’d on 6/4/19. Prior to that, DPAA announced on 2/25/19 that Navy Reserve Journalist 3rd Class Raul A. Guerra, USN, listed as MIA on 10/8/67, was accounted for. His remains were recovered on 8/15/05 and identified on 2/20/19. read more

Veteran Funeral Plans: Serving Those Who Served For Us

Veteran Funeral Plans: Serving Those Who Served For Us
Planning a funeral, either for you or a loved one, will always create unanswered questions for the family. If the deceased served in the military, that planning should reflect their service to their country. Georgia Funeral Care & Cremations has several options available to honor veterans. read more

Burial or Cremation: Important Details to Consider

Burial or Cremation: Important Details to Consider
The loss of a loved one is difficult no matter what the circumstances are. Whether it’s after a lengthy illness or an unexpected loss, the death of someone important to you and your family is an emotional and trying time. read more

Where to Begin: How to Plan for a Funeral

Where to Begin: How to Plan for a Funeral
When a loved one passes, it is always important to honor their memory in a way that they would have wanted. There isn’t a “right” or “wrong” way to do things. Often times, a person’s religious beliefs will be an important factor in a funeral. In some cases, careers or notable accomplishments will be part of the planning process, too. At Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, we will assist you in planning a beautiful and touching service. read more