Remembering those on 9/11

Posted on September 11, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley under 9/11 - Never Forget
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Today commemorates 13 years since the attack on our home soil. We stand to remember those who have fallen and for those who sacrificed their own lives to save the innocent and maintain order during such a tragedy. We kneel and pray for world peace and for our God to bring healing to those families who are broken. We give thanks to our Military, Fireman, Police, Ems and other “Civilian Protectors” that on this day they woke up, strapped on their boots, kissed their families goodbye and went to honor their oath to protect this country.

We live in a world that others in the name of their religion try to bring cilvil unrest and cause disruption to others. With our God, our “Protectors” and our Community we will hold those accountable and provide a safe and prosperous land for all us to live.

Use today to Remember, give Thanks and use your own abilities to come together as a nation to make this world a better place.

Chad is a licensed professional and is a native of Cobb County, growing up in Powder Springs and currently living in Marietta Ga. After graduating from McEachern High School Chad attended Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and graduated as a Master Artist of the Pi Sigma Eta Honorary Mortician Fraternity. He was the recipient of the Bill Pierce award and Daniel E. Buchanan award, recognizing him as a leader in the funeral profession. A member of the Marietta Metro Rotary and different organizations in his profession, Chad also participates in monthly activities promoting the funeral home and networking with other professionals in the area. He is a member and attends Westridge Church in Dallas Ga. He is married to Kristin and as a proud father, Chad enjoys the time he gets to spend with his family. Chad is an avid hunter and a true outdoors man. He has a gift of developing a warm, helpful, and strong relationship with the families he serves and is a valuable source of knowledge at Mayes Ward-Dobbins.

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