‘Silent Watch’ held at Clinton County Veterans Memorial


For the second year, a veterans suicide prevention awareness event called “Silent Watch” was held at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. In the photo, from left, Clinton County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Wooton and local VFW Commander and Veterans Service Commissioner Richard James stand in solemn silence next to a flag-draped casket. The other people who stood watch Saturday are Jeff Rollins, Jennifer Woodland, Jack Rose, Valerie Rose, Paul Butler, Joni Fair, Tony Greene, Jim Alcorn, Kelly Hopkins, Tracy Hopkins, Jack Powell, Tim Bosher, Steve Jarrell, Greg LaPine, Renee LaPine, Jim Gumley, Mary McElwee, Peyton Reed, Travis Elenberger, Desriel Brewer, Terry Kerr, Charlie Lakatos, Richard Maples, Mike Kassinos, Mercedes Bowman, Mike Sutton, Dan Ellen, Ronnie Dunn, Enmanuel Gonzalez, Solomon Wallis, Ron Cravens, Nancy Stanforth, Tom Couch, Tim Smith, Ann Wilkinson, Randy Pinkerton, Mindy Pinkerton, Josh Jones, Pauline Taylor, Josh Sams, Dan Evers, Matt Swindler, Pat Black, Laymon Wilder, Keith Shrout, Jeanie Longstreth and Chrissy Smith.

For the second year, a veterans suicide prevention awareness event called “Silent Watch” was held at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. In the photo, from left, Clinton County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Wooton and local VFW Commander and Veterans Service Commissioner Richard James stand in solemn silence next to a flag-draped casket. The other people who stood watch Saturday are Jeff Rollins, Jennifer Woodland, Jack Rose, Valerie Rose, Paul Butler, Joni Fair, Tony Greene, Jim Alcorn, Kelly Hopkins, Tracy Hopkins, Jack Powell, Tim Bosher, Steve Jarrell, Greg LaPine, Renee LaPine, Jim Gumley, Mary McElwee, Peyton Reed, Travis Elenberger, Desriel Brewer, Terry Kerr, Charlie Lakatos, Richard Maples, Mike Kassinos, Mercedes Bowman, Mike Sutton, Dan Ellen, Ronnie Dunn, Enmanuel Gonzalez, Solomon Wallis, Ron Cravens, Nancy Stanforth, Tom Couch, Tim Smith, Ann Wilkinson, Randy Pinkerton, Mindy Pinkerton, Josh Jones, Pauline Taylor, Josh Sams, Dan Evers, Matt Swindler, Pat Black, Laymon Wilder, Keith Shrout, Jeanie Longstreth and Chrissy Smith.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

For the second year, a veterans suicide prevention awareness event called “Silent Watch” was held at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. In the photo, from left, Clinton County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Wooton and local VFW Commander and Veterans Service Commissioner Richard James stand in solemn silence next to a flag-draped casket. The other people who stood watch Saturday are Jeff Rollins, Jennifer Woodland, Jack Rose, Valerie Rose, Paul Butler, Joni Fair, Tony Greene, Jim Alcorn, Kelly Hopkins, Tracy Hopkins, Jack Powell, Tim Bosher, Steve Jarrell, Greg LaPine, Renee LaPine, Jim Gumley, Mary McElwee, Peyton Reed, Travis Elenberger, Desriel Brewer, Terry Kerr, Charlie Lakatos, Richard Maples, Mike Kassinos, Mercedes Bowman, Mike Sutton, Dan Ellen, Ronnie Dunn, Enmanuel Gonzalez, Solomon Wallis, Ron Cravens, Nancy Stanforth, Tom Couch, Tim Smith, Ann Wilkinson, Randy Pinkerton, Mindy Pinkerton, Josh Jones, Pauline Taylor, Josh Sams, Dan Evers, Matt Swindler, Pat Black, Laymon Wilder, Keith Shrout, Jeanie Longstreth and Chrissy Smith.

For the second year, a veterans suicide prevention awareness event called “Silent Watch” was held at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. In the photo, from left, Clinton County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Wooton and local VFW Commander and Veterans Service Commissioner Richard James stand in solemn silence next to a flag-draped casket. The other people who stood watch Saturday are Jeff Rollins, Jennifer Woodland, Jack Rose, Valerie Rose, Paul Butler, Joni Fair, Tony Greene, Jim Alcorn, Kelly Hopkins, Tracy Hopkins, Jack Powell, Tim Bosher, Steve Jarrell, Greg LaPine, Renee LaPine, Jim Gumley, Mary McElwee, Peyton Reed, Travis Elenberger, Desriel Brewer, Terry Kerr, Charlie Lakatos, Richard Maples, Mike Kassinos, Mercedes Bowman, Mike Sutton, Dan Ellen, Ronnie Dunn, Enmanuel Gonzalez, Solomon Wallis, Ron Cravens, Nancy Stanforth, Tom Couch, Tim Smith, Ann Wilkinson, Randy Pinkerton, Mindy Pinkerton, Josh Jones, Pauline Taylor, Josh Sams, Dan Evers, Matt Swindler, Pat Black, Laymon Wilder, Keith Shrout, Jeanie Longstreth and Chrissy Smith.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/09/web1_veterans.jpgFor the second year, a veterans suicide prevention awareness event called “Silent Watch” was held at the Clinton County Veterans Memorial from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. In the photo, from left, Clinton County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Wooton and local VFW Commander and Veterans Service Commissioner Richard James stand in solemn silence next to a flag-draped casket. The other people who stood watch Saturday are Jeff Rollins, Jennifer Woodland, Jack Rose, Valerie Rose, Paul Butler, Joni Fair, Tony Greene, Jim Alcorn, Kelly Hopkins, Tracy Hopkins, Jack Powell, Tim Bosher, Steve Jarrell, Greg LaPine, Renee LaPine, Jim Gumley, Mary McElwee, Peyton Reed, Travis Elenberger, Desriel Brewer, Terry Kerr, Charlie Lakatos, Richard Maples, Mike Kassinos, Mercedes Bowman, Mike Sutton, Dan Ellen, Ronnie Dunn, Enmanuel Gonzalez, Solomon Wallis, Ron Cravens, Nancy Stanforth, Tom Couch, Tim Smith, Ann Wilkinson, Randy Pinkerton, Mindy Pinkerton, Josh Jones, Pauline Taylor, Josh Sams, Dan Evers, Matt Swindler, Pat Black, Laymon Wilder, Keith Shrout, Jeanie Longstreth and Chrissy Smith. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal