Veterans, families raise money to prevent military suicides

The event was held to raise money for a motorcycle that will travel across the country next year to raise awareness about military suicides.

The event was held to raise money for a motorcycle that will travel across the country next year to raise awareness about military suicides. (9/24/16)

PATCHOGUE - Veterans and their families and friends gathered Saturday for an event to raise money to help prevent military suicides.

The event was held to raise money for a motorcycle that will travel across the country next year to raise awareness about military suicides.

It was organized by Margie Miller, who lost her son, Cpl. Keith A. Miller, last year.

 

 

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