Naval Air Station Whidbey Island color guard, along with OHHS NJROTC, ORION Sea Cadets and Sons of the American Revolution color guards, present the colors.

Remembering those who served

Photos from the Memorial Day Service of Remembrance at Oak Harbor’s Maple Leaf Cemetery May 31.

The Service of Remembrance was held at Maple Leaf Cemetery in Oak Harbor on Monday, May 31.

MUSN Dinos San Pedro of the Navy Band Northwest plays a piano prelude. (Photos by Karina Andrew)

MUSN Dinos San Pedro of the Navy Band Northwest plays a piano prelude. (Photos by Karina Andrew)

Oak Harbor Mayor Robert Severns addresses the audience.

Oak Harbor Mayor Robert Severns addresses the audience.

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island color guard, along with OHHS NJROTC, ORION Sea Cadets and Sons of the American Revolution color guards, present the colors.

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island color guard, along with OHHS NJROTC, ORION Sea Cadets and Sons of the American Revolution color guards, present the colors.

MU2 Brenton Mitchell of the Navy Band Northwest sings the National Anthem.

MU2 Brenton Mitchell of the Navy Band Northwest sings the National Anthem.

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen addresses the crowd.

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen addresses the crowd.

The Veteran Service Organization lays honorary wreaths.

The Veteran Service Organization lays honorary wreaths.

Rear Admiral William J. McDaniel speaks.

Rear Admiral William J. McDaniel speaks.

A flag marks a grave before the crowd.

A flag marks a grave before the crowd.

Captain Matt Arny speaks.

Captain Matt Arny speaks.

Amy Malmkar sings “From Sea to Shining Sea.”

Amy Malmkar sings “From Sea to Shining Sea.”

Navy NW region Gold Star coordinator Hailey Chittick speaks.

Navy NW region Gold Star coordinator Hailey Chittick speaks.

Kent-Meridian VFW Post 6785 performs a rifle volley.

Kent-Meridian VFW Post 6785 performs a rifle volley.

MU2 Catherine Chauvot plays “Echo Taps.”

MU2 Catherine Chauvot plays “Echo Taps.”

Lieutenant Joshua Whiteside offers the benediction.

Lieutenant Joshua Whiteside offers the benediction.

AR Johnathan Ferrell, center, plays “Amazing Grace,” accompanied by Don Scobie and Shannon Mowatt.

AR Johnathan Ferrell, center, plays “Amazing Grace,” accompanied by Don Scobie and Shannon Mowatt.

H-60 Search and Rescue does a flyover following the service.

H-60 Search and Rescue does a flyover following the service.

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