Billerica, MA Memorial Day Remembrance 05-30-22
On Monday May 30th, Curtis Knight and Laure Hannifin provided professional audio and professional photography for the Billerica Massachusetts day of remembrance for Military people from Billerica Massachusetts who paid the ultimate price and made the ultimate sacrifice for the good of humanity. The day began with a parade that started at Marshall Middle School at 10:00 am and ended at the steps of the library in Billerica Center at 11:00 am. There were multiple speeches of remembrance and a reading of the names of residents of Billerica who lost their lives fighting to keep America free. There was also the laying of the wreaths on the common, which was followed by two live trumpet solos each playing taps, in a moment of solemn remembrance to honor the lives of our fallen comrades. The Town Manager, Chief of Police, State Representative and members of our Board of Select Persons were all in attendance, as well as the Color Guard from Billerica Police. It was a beautiful remembrance and an outpouring of love for those whose lives we remember and cherish. Special thanks to Marie O’Rourke and Bob Kinsman for all of the detailed preparation. View all Images.