‘NO ONE FORGETS’ Local book is extraordinary tribute

A book’s sixth edition does not happen without dedication. Last week, the OBSERVER noted the latest “No One Forgets” is available locally.

The book, which documents all of the servicemen from Chautauqua County who have lost their lives in our nations wars, contains the electronic files on DVD. Additionally, there are five songs and a music video written and performed by local son Sean Patrick McGraw of Nashville, Tenn. Copies of the book on DVD or thumb drive are also available without the hard copy of the book.

Those chiefly responsible for documenting the information is Richard Titus, John Kuzdale and John Fedyszyn of Dunkirk and George H Burns III and Ryan Deas of Fredonia.

Burns noted the project began in 2011 as a result of research he was doing for the annual Memorial Day service, and similar work Titus was involved in. For history buffs, the book is a keepsake that documents the efforts of local heroes.

Besides Papaya Arts and Kirk’s Jewelers, copies of the book are available at the Dunkirk Lighthouse and the Dunkirk Historical Society.


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