JFK Assassination Remembered Each Year

 11-22-63  Remember and Reflect

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David Wallace, circled in picture, sits atop his friend’s shoulders to get a bird’s-eye view of President and Mrs. Kennedy upon their arrival at Love Field. “The sky was blue. He was the most handsome man I’d ever seen,” David says, “and she, the First Lady, was stunning. I had never seen fashion like that. They both looked so happy.”

Even if you were not alive in 1963 or you were too young to remember that day, listen to the voices of those who were there.

Anywhere in the entire country. The whole country felt the shock. And the grief.

“Presidential assassinations leave a deep scar on our collective memory and consciousness as a nation.”

This quote comes from a 1993 book published by Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX, which included surgical details of the injuries sustained from gunshot wounds to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of the United States.

Anyone who remembers that day will remember where they were, what they were doing as well as what came next.

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