1st Lt (ret) Marine Jack Lucus from Mississippi received Korean War Medal

Thanksgiving 2020. Vet to Vet Tennessee received a beautiful thank you email and photo from Korean War USMC Veteran 1st Lt. (ret.) Jack Lucus’ family on Thanksgiving Day.

“Thank you for such an incredible honor. Attached is a small number of my amazing family:

From left bottom row- Mikki Pyles PhD, (daughter) Recipient Jack Lucas 1st LT. (Ret), Betty Lucas (spouse); From left back row – Morgan Johnson(great granddaughter), Gavin Federowski (great grandson), Desiree’ Federowski, RN (granddaughter), and Mike Federowski (grandson in-law).”  Rachael Anne Witherspoon

Lt. Lucas served in Korea from 8 November 1953 until 17 January 1955.  He was awarded the Korean Service Medal and the United Nations Service Medal. Lt. Lucas honorably  served in the United States Marine Corps for 19 years, 6 months and 10 years.

Hoping all things that mean the most at Thanksgiving will stay with you throughout the year.  The smiles and love  shown in the picture says it all, Thank God for his blessings.