201st RED HORSE dedicates memorial pavers

A special feature of the RED HORSE?s new building is their memorial walk-way. Three different types of pavers are in the walkway; red pavers signify current members, gray signifies retired members and square pavers recognize deceased 201st members. The 201st RED HORSE Alumni Association sold the four by eight inch pavers to current and retired members of the 201st to be able to cover the costs of the decease members? pavers. Pictured from left to right, retired Master Sgt. Gordon Ebright; retired Col. Joseph Feather, second 201st commander; retired Col. H. Dewey Perkins, fourth 201st commander; and Lt. Col. Gregory Deal, current 201st commander, place the final memorial paver for retired Lt. Col. Clarence ?Scoop? Withers, the first 201st commander. The ceremony of placing Withers? paver served to recognize all of the deceased members of the 201st represented in this memorial walkway.

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