“So it’s burned in your brain. And then what’s burned in my brain is my last conversation with him as well. So you know those kinds of things hit ya — and it’s hard to forget,” Yamashiro says.
“It would be a terrible loss to just sit and grieve all the time. You have to carry on. He would’ve carried on,” says Stanley Rawl.
“We will never forget. We will make sure we do everything we can every single day to honor their memory. Not just for those of us who are here, but those who will follow us,” says Sheriff Leon Lott.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Dozens gather to light a tree for the fallen at the South Carolina State House today. Three families of South Carolina’s fallen service members joined Governor Henry McMaster to remember and honor the Gold Star men and women who died during active duty. According to the South Carolina National Guards Survivor Outreach more than 600 Gold Stars…