DCU recently held an American flag retirement ceremony outside of its Headquarters with the help of four team members, who have or are currently serving in the military. Marine Corps. Reserve Sergeant Joshua Rivera-Watson (Marlborough Member Service Representative) hand-cranked the tattered flag down the flag pole, while rendering the right-hand salute and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Retired Marine Corps. veteran Lance Corporal Dennis Heger (Information Security Analyst), retired Army Sergeant Adam Royce (Senior Financial Analyst) and Retired Corporal John Meuse (Financial Consultant) carefully folded the tattered flag into the customary blue triangle with the stars displayed. Meuse marched the flag indoors, while Heger toted the new flag outside. Customary procedure for retiring an American Flag, according to the United States Flag Code, is to destroy the flag in a dignified way with burning being the preferred method. “Anytime you’re raising Old Glory, it is always a good thing,” said Heger. “Being a patriotic American, Marine vet, farmer – my flags fly all over the place. It is an important honor.” DCU is proud of all the men and women, who selflessly served in the United States Military – especially our own. “It is an honor to be able to serve my country, said Sgt. Rivera-Watson. It is definitely an honor and a privilege for us. Being part of a company that appreciates our service means the world to me. Being able to put up a new flag for the company is a huge honor.” Thank you to the following DCU team members, who have served or are currently serving in the military: First Lieutenant Jurgis Baliulis (Army National Guard); Sergeant Michael Kapopoulos (Army, 3 years); Sergeant Adam Royce (Army, 6 years); Cpl. Edward Smith (Marine Corps., 4 years); E4 Joseph Bailey (Air Force, 6 years); Cpl. John Meuse (Marine Corps., 3 years); Captain Bob Birney (Marine Corps. Reservist, 3 years); Reserve Sgt. Joshua Rivera-Watson (Marine Corps.); Retired Lance Cpl. Dennis Heger (Marine Corps.); Peter Bylsma; Philip Desjardin; and James White. A special thank you to DCU's Facilities department for preparing and assisting with this ceremony.
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"There is no one giant step that does it. It's a lot of little steps." - Peter A. Cohen. This quote takes on a special meaning for the more than 30,000 participants who took part in today's Boston Marathon. It also means so much to us that DCU team members Igor Ivno, Jennifer Direnzo, and Kelly Mahoney were able to join the Credit Union Kids @ Heart team to make a difference for their patient partners from Boston Children's Hospital by running today. Know that as each of you crossed the finish line, you inspired so many. We're so proud of you!
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