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The Memorial Day Observance at Green Hills Memorial Park in Rancho Palos Verdes included skydivers, a procession of colors, a mounted posse, civilian and military flyovers and a performance by Navy Band Southwest.

The keynote speaker was retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Mark A. Graham, who served in several key command and staff positions in the United States, Germany and South Korea.

In his 2012 retirement ceremony at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, which also honored his wife Carol, Graham noted their sons Jeff and Kevin “died fighting different battles.”

Kevin Graham died by suicide in 2003 while a senior ROTC cadet studying to become an Army doctor. Nine months later, 2nd Lt. Jeff Graham was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq. Since then, the Grahams have dedicated themselves to helping people in the military and the civilian world learn about and prevent suicide.

Read full article in Los Angeles Daily News HERE.