These photos tell the story of the memorial ceremony for James Bennett Whipple, who was the first Wilton man killed in WWI.



Connecticut Department Commander Ed DeGumbia


Post 86 Commander Don Hazzard (L) w/Connecticut 3rd District Commander Mike Kellet


State Representative Gail Lavielle


State Senator Toni Boucher


Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal (R) w/Post 86 Commander Don Hazzard


L-R: Flag Detail Sean McNeill, Paul Niche, Post 86 Commander Don Hazzard, Post 86 Adjutant Tom Moore


Flag Detail Sean McNeill (L) and Paul Niche


Post 86 Commander Don Hazzard presenting Flag to Fred Whipple Sr., nephew of James B. Whipple


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