An extra special remembrance to all Americans in honor of President John F. Kennedy- May 29, 1917 to November 22, 1963

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963, at 12:30 p.m. CST while riding in the presidential motorcade through the Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. Please remember Jacqueline and all of the families descendants in an offer of a moment of silence to reflect the legacy of President Kennedy…

Intentionally left blank to offer of a moment of silence

He will be remembered forever. He was only the very young age of 46 on that day. Are you old enough to remember what you were doing that day? I was only less than a month old, so I cannot remember. From the various readings, even the radio/television announcers had tears. Still, so, his legacy will continue forever. His honor is with the country forever and ever. God Bless America!


Remembrance of President Kennedy

2 thoughts on “Remembering President John F. Kennedy: 59 Years Later – 2022

  1. Oh, how I remember that day in November! I was in 4th grade. Our teacher had just sent a bad boy to the principal’s office, but he came right back, saying all the ladies in the office were crying because the President was shot. They dismissed us immediately. Didn’t find out his condition until I got home. It seems like yesterday…

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