Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard Photo Gallery
Memorial Day 2014 Elmwood Cemetery 4900 East Truman Road Kansas City, MO Saturday, May 24, 2014
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Elmwood Cemetery opened in 1872. Its beautiful grounds were designed by renowned landscape architect George Kessler, the creator of Kansas City’s famed parks and boulevard system. Elmwood encompasses 43 acres in the heart of Kansas City and is the final resting place for over 36,000 souls from all walks of life, including many of Kansas City's founders.
The MOSSAR Color Guard team participated in a Memorial Day event located at Elmwood Cemetery in Kansas City, MO. The MOSSAR Color Guard Team assisted with the retiring of the U.S. Flag to the Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts then gave a new flag to the Elmwood Cemetery KC, MO.
Right Photo - Front Row: Major General Bob Corum, MOSSAR Color Guard Commander (kneeling).
Right Photo - Back Row (L-R): Compatriot James Scott; Major General Robert L. Grover; Compatriot Fred Kaffenberger; Compatriot Jack Quint; Compatriot Al Paris; and Compatriot Richard A. Mathews.