Please Join Us to help honor the men and women and their families who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
May 30, 2016; Start Time: 9:00 Sharp
Dan Furtado (M/C)
Post Colors: (Leigh H.S. ROTC) (5 minutes)
Pledge of Allegiance: (Boy Scouts) (3 minutes)
National Anthem : Bill Burkhead – Del Mar H.S. Band) (Dan Furtado) (5 minutes)
Invocation: (Jim Clark Moore) (3- Minutes)
Introduce V.I.P’s and President, CVMF : (Dan Furtado) (3 – 5 Minutes)
Introduce Keynote Speaker: MG Tooliatos* (Dan Furtado) (15 min. (+or-)
*See His Bio Below
Wreath Ceremony: (Interlude by the Del Mar H.S. Band) Pinning Flowers on the Wreath*
*This may run a longer than 15 minutes. If so, we will invite all persons
wanting to participate in pinning a carnation on the wreath, to continue doing so
paying heed to the Benediction and Retiring of Colors. (15 min. ++)
Benediction: (Jim Clark Moore) (5 minutes)
Retire Colors: (Taps) (Leigh High Jr. ROTC) (5 minutes)
Conclude: (Dan Furtado)
Invite Public to speak with Board Members Re: CVMF – pavers; scholarship programs etc., etc. (Generally a “Mix and Mingle” time)
Biography: Major General Nick Tooliatos
Major General Nick Tooliatos graduated from Santa Clara University, Cum Laude, in 1980 with a B.S. Degree in Political Science. He was also commissioned as a Distinguished Military Graduate.
While completing Law School at Santa Clara University he joined the Army Reserve and was assigned to the 6219th Reception Station. In 2007 General Tooliatos deployed for a short tour to Iraq with the Department of Defense Inspector General to assess the readiness of a fledgling Inspector General system in the Iraqi Government. He deployed again in 2010 for a one-year tour as the Deputy Commanding General, 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) serving in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. The General and traveled extensively throughout the CENTCOM Area of Responsibility.
In June 2013 Major General Tooliatos took command of the 63d Regional Support Command as the Commanding General. He also serves on the Army Reserve Forces Policy Board advising the Secretary of the Army on matters affecting the Army Reserve and National Guard. The General has been awarded the Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Meritorious Service Medal with six Oak Leaf Clusters.
As a civilian, General Tooliatos is a partner of the law firm Randick O’Dea & Tooliatos, LLP in Pleasanton, California. He is a Certified Specialist in Probate Estate Planning and Trust Law. Mr. Tooliatos focuses on estate, tax planning, civil and criminal tax litigation and complex business and real estate transactions. Nick and his wife Joni have two sons, Nickolas (a graduate of Washington State University) and Michael (a graduate of California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo). The family resides in San Ramon, California.
This depicts a little bit of what the Campbell Veterans Memorial is all about. We’re looking to expand our Board of Directors. If you have an interest to serve in this way, let us know. (408) 370-2200
Foundation Advisory Board Member MG Kent Hillhouse, US Army Ret. performed the pinning of the Purple Heart for Alex Hussey with family and staff present at a beautiful ceremony in the Palo Alto VA Hospital Healing Garden.
MG Hillhouse offered the following sentiments “Today’s young warriors are no different than their Grandfathers and Great Grandfathers. They do their duty and are proud of their sacrifices. I am always humbled to be in their presence.”