Matawan police honors military members for Veteran’s Day


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MATAWAN–Paying tribute towards the women and men who served in U.S. Military, Lt. Christopher Stark presented veterans with honorary certificates at Atrium Senior Living of Matawan.

Surrounded by red, white and blue decorations, Stark presented more than 12 veterans with an honorary certificate and pin to thank them for their service in the U.S. Military on Nov. 11, for Veteran’s Day, at Atrium Senior Living of Matawan, located at 40 Freneau Ave.

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“We were contacted by the Atrium and asked if we would like to participate in the honoring of the veterans. We, of course, took the opportunity to do so,” Stark said. “Personally, both my grandfathers and father were veterans, they have all passed on, so when I was given this opportunity there was no other answer but yes we will attend. It gives me a chance to give my personal thank you.”

Atrium Health and Senior Living, now managed by Spring Hills Senior Communities, is above all a family, helping patients at every stage in the health care continuum. The facility enhances the recovery of its patients through its unwavering dedication to supporting every stage of rehabilitation, according to a prepared statement from Atrium Health and Senior Living.

Knowing one size never fits all when it comes to care plans, Atrium Health and Senior Living respect every person’s individuality and tailor care to their needs, according to a prepared statement.

For more information about Atrium Health and Senior Living call 973-339-8899 or visit its Facebook page.

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