September 18th, 2011 Pony Express Route

Congressional Cemetery, 1904

Image by rockcreek via Flickr

Why Not Visit the Historical Congressional Cemetery?
SE Washington, DC is home to the historic Congressional Cemetery.

The Prostate Cancer Pony Express will visit the Congressional Cemetery at 12:30 pm on September 18th. The riders will lay a wreath in memory of the men who have perished from prostate cancer.

We also will be honoring the memories of men by reading their names. If a family member has died from prostate cancer, we would like to add his name to our memorial list.

To add a name, just enter a comment here on this post: Name, year of passing, and state.

Warm regards, Robert

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3 Responses to September 18th, 2011 Pony Express Route

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  2. Kim jester says:

    Joseph Leon Stewart passed away with prostate cancer 5/21/2011. North Carolina

    • Kim. I’m very sorry to hear of Mr. Stewart’s passing. It always is sad to lose another man to prostate cancer. If you like, I will add his name to the “in memoriam” list we will read at the wreath laying at the Congressional Cemetery. Best regards, Robert

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