Sunday, May 27, 2012

On Memorial Day. Remember how Pechanga scrubbed Their Veterans Page?

Thank you to all our veterans, for serving our country.
The Hunter Family, recently disenrolled from the Pechanga Band after over 200 years of living in the Temecula area have many veterans who served in our military.

Pechanga Veterans

We salute our Pechanga Veterans for your courage, honor and commitment.

· Cuevas, Felipe - Army
· Cuevas, David - Army
Cuevas, Thomas - Army
· Harris, William A - Air Force
· Miller, Durio - Army
· Miller, John D - Navy
· Miller, Louie - Army
· Poole, Mary Ann - Navy
. Poole, Gregory - Navy
· Smith, Maltilda - Army
. Smith, Frank - Air Force
. Smith, Ernest - Navy
· Tavison, Ernest - Army

I'm sure I've missed a few. Thank you to all Pechanga people who have served. And shame on the Pechanga Tribal Council for staining the memory of these fine people above. We should honor their memory (and,for those still living) with our courage to maintain this fight to regain what is rightfully ours.
Please, if you have veterans you want to honor, our comments are open. Tell us about them.


'aamokat said...

Victor John Jeffedo-Air Force

'aamokat said...

That should read, Victor John Jeffredo-Air Force.

Anonymous said...

Lawrence Madariaga-Army, WWII

Anonymous said...

Thomas Madariaga-Navy WWII

smokeybear said...

Wayne Mong- Army- Vietnam
Glenn Mong- Army- Vietnam

Anonymous said...

I think thats dis respectful to leave out any pechanga veterans.

(membership issues or not) you dis honor them for the fact they went to battle for our country before any of this bullshit casino stuff came around.

(your heart is in the wrong place)


Anonymous said...

Michael Elmer Salinas-U.S.Army-WWII

Anonymous said...

Did you see add to the list those you know of. He said he didn't know all the names

Anonymous said...

Fred Magee-United States Navy WWII

White Buffalo said...

William “Poky” Salinas – WWII, Navy

Anonymous said...

im suprised thought Fred Magee was on the pechanga memorial.

Mark Lucero said...

John N. Miller-Army WW2, European Theater, Battle of the Bulge, decorated war hero.
Thank's to ALL our veterans for their sacrifice.

Anonymous said...

This memorial was not built by Pechanga but sponsored by Jolee (sp?). It is located on the church grounds, of all things. This was done BEFORE the disenrollments of the Hunters.