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Residex Recognizes May as Memorial Month

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The distributor encourages everyone to post the name of a lost serviceman or servicewoman on its Wall of Rememberance blog.

| May 13, 2011

CRANFORD, N.J. — In recognition of the lost servicemen and servicewomen who have made the greatest sacrifice by giving their lives for our freedoms Residex will once again acknowledge May as Memorial Month with a Wall of Remembrance on its blog, www.spiderX.wordpress.com.

Residex encourages everyone to take a moment to post the name of a lost serviceman or servicewoman.  If you do not have a personal connection, Residex encourages you to take a few minutes to research and honor a solider who fought for our freedom. 

The Remembrance Wall will be updated daily with all posts honoring servicemen and women.
Residex encourages employees, customers or suppliers who knew of a lost serviceman or servicewoman, to post the name and era of their loss on the blog.
 

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