Funeral home co-owner and founder, Steve Ford, left, and Gerald “Jerry” Rettela of the Korean War Veterans Association #310, show some of the valentine cards collected by the funeral home’s 10th annual Operation Valentine program. The cards were created by most Clallam County school students and teachers, area scouts, youth groups, churches, businesses and local residents. The hundreds of cards will be personally distributed by Retella to active duty personnel, and veterans both locally and regionally. For more information, call Ford at 360-457-1210, email to info@drennanford.com or see www.drennanford.com or www.facebook.com/drennanfordfuneralhome. Submitted photo

Funeral home co-owner and founder, Steve Ford, left, and Gerald “Jerry” Rettela of the Korean War Veterans Association #310, show some of the valentine cards collected by the funeral home’s 10th annual Operation Valentine program. The cards were created by most Clallam County school students and teachers, area scouts, youth groups, churches, businesses and local residents. The hundreds of cards will be personally distributed by Retella to active duty personnel, and veterans both locally and regionally. For more information, call Ford at 360-457-1210, email to info@drennanford.com or see www.drennanford.com or www.facebook.com/drennanfordfuneralhome. Submitted photo

PHOTO: Operation Valentine gathers cards for veterans, active military

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:30am
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Funeral home co-owner and founder, Steve Ford, left, and Gerald “Jerry” Rettela of the Korean War Veterans Association #310, show some of the valentine cards collected by the funeral home’s 10th annual Operation Valentine program. The cards were created by most Clallam County school students and teachers, area scouts, youth groups, churches, businesses and local residents. The hundreds of cards will be personally distributed by Retella to active duty personnel, and veterans both locally and regionally. For more information, call Ford at 360-457-1210, email to info@drennanford.com or see www.drennanford.com or www.facebook.com/drennanfordfuneralhome. Submitted photo

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