Mona Shores students gathered around Eric Jr's gravesite

Mona Shores School Visit – 2017

Blog | 2017-06-27 | No Comments

Another great day spent remembering Eric with the Mona Shores middle school students. Over 130 students and chaperones Similar to their meetings the last nine years, Eric Wahlberg, a teacher at Mona Shores, arranged for the get together. Everyone gathered to visit Eric’s grave site and learn more about Eric’s life. Eric Wahlberg stated that over 3,000 students have now gone through his 3 day class which uses the example of Eric’s life to learn about duty, honor, integrity and the price of our freedom. It is very humbling and encouraging for my wife Wendi and I to learn that. Thank you Mona Shores!

Stay off the what?

Mona Shores School Visit – 2016

Blog | 2016-08-19 | 2 Comments

Similar to their meetings the last eight years, Eric Wahlberg, a teacher at Mona Shores, arranged for the get together. Everyone gathered under the big tree in the grass, in the shade, right next to the “Stay Off The Grass” sign to meet each other and listen to Eric’s dad (myself) speak about Eric to the students before moving on to visit Eric’s grave site.

Mona Shores students presenting wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Mona Shores School Visit – 2015

Blog | 2015-06-29 | 5 Comments

On June 13, 2015, on a hot, muggy afternoon in Washington DC, over 125 students and chaparones from Mona Shores Middle School in Michigan met at Arlington Cemetery. This was the eighth consecutive year that Eric Wahlberg and the Mona Shores staff conducted the visit.

Mona Shores students around Eric's gravesite

Mona Shores School Visit – 2014

Blog | 2014-07-17 | No Comments

On June 14, 2014, on a beautiful afternoon in Washington DC, over 100 students and chaparones from Mona Shores Middle School in Michigan met at Arlington Cemetery. This was the seventh consecutive year that Eric Wahlberg and the Mona Shores staff conducted the visit. It was a wonderful time of remembering Eric and all the Fallen Heroes at Arlington