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Marine Cpl Christopher Scherer to be memorialized by The American Fallen Soldiers Project at Swett & Crawford Event
Published on Fri, Jan 25, 2013 (1:45 p.m.)One of America’s premier not-for-profit organizations serving families of fallen military will present an original portrait of Marine Cpl Christopher Scherer to his parents Sunday, January 27 at 12 Noon at Cosmopolitan Hotel , Las Vegas, NV.
Cpl Scherer was killed July 21, 2007 while serving in Iraq.
Phil Taylor, Artist and Founder of The American Fallen Soldiers Project, is committed to honoring America’s fallen military by providing an original portrait of the fallen to their family that fully captures their appearance and personality. Each original portrait is personally delivered to the families by Mr. Taylor across the country.
“We are humbled to honor the service and ultimate sacrifice of Cpl Scherer and his family and to remind all Americans of the price paid for our freedom,” says Taylor.
For additional information about The American Fallen Soldiers Project, view this short video, Brush of Honor ~ http://vimeo.com/45474947
Visit our website at www.americanfallensoldiers.com or call 214.387.7769.
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