Silent watch for awareness


The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0374.jpgThe Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose. Tom Barr | News Journal

The Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0368-1.jpgThe Clinton County Veterans Service Office held one of many “Silent Watch” events nationwide on Sunday to increase awareness of suicides in the veteran community. Veterans and non-veterans stood silent watch for 20 minutes at a time in front of a flag-draped casket at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial, and also provided information to those who stopped by. Shown standing silent watch are Jack and Valerie Rose. Tom Barr | News Journal