At Manning Arboriculture we feel that our advanced skills and work ethic are more valuable than any profit report can reflect. We measure our success by our good deeds for our neighbors, community, and our country.
I’m a fourth generation veteran and would be honored to participate in some way to say thank you to our country’s finest by providing them the beautiful resting place they deserve.
As a Marine who has a Marine father buried at Rock Island, a friend Brad, who is also a Marine, is there is well. Nothing would make my life more complete that to use the skills I have mastered to honor my brothers. I have lost friends who I think about everyday. I could finally honor them and all my brothers who have fallen. If I could do this every day…
We are a crew of well qualified individuals that would like to volunteer our time and resources to give back to our greater community and respect those men and women that fought for our nation.
I separated from active duty earlier this year (Air Force) and would be honored to contribute to the veteran community.
I think this would be an awesome experience being able to give back to those who gave there life’s for our country.
I am a Vietnam-era Veteran and just want to be able to help any way I can.
I am really excited for the chance to donate my time to help maintain such a sacred place for all the men and women that gave the ultimate sacrifice to ensure that I have the freedoms such as having the luxury of being an arborist. It’s the VERY least I can do
I think it’s an awesome thing what we’re doing I feel honored to be part of this to help
In anyway I can
I am forever in debt to these brave men and women! It’s the least we can do…never forget!
It is our desire to serve wholeheartedly as if unto The Lord not men. (Eph. 6:7)
Both my mom and dad are buried in the Leavenworth National Cemetery so each time I visit I have to look to the trees and the memories that come. My folks instilled in me a fond love of trees at an early age. My dad planted a Tulipifera at my birth that later it’s canopy became my perch. My mom showed me trees all have names so we tried to learn them all. They all taught me to stand tall; hold tight and give solace. I consider this an honor to give back.
I am a veteran and look forward to this opportunity to continue to serve those who have so graciously supported our country with their service and sometimes, even their lives.
I am a United States Marine Corps veteran & love giving back to our veteran community every chance that I can. I participate at the day of service at Arlington National Cemetary every year, did a volunteer day at the Veterans home in DC & have participated in the Decorate A Vet event for three years.
Being a veteran and having veteran members in my family that have given the ultimate sacrifice! There is no better way to say thank you then keeping the final resting place beautiful!
Owned/operated by certified arborists/OIF veterans, we are extremely honored and humbled to have a opportunity to be of help
Looking forward to being a part of such a wonderful cause.
It is an honor to be able to provide a service not only to the men and women that made the ultimate sacrifice to insure our freedom would be preserved, but also for the families of those men and women. They should be able to feel safe and tranquil while visiting and remembering their loved one that gave so much.
My brother served for the honor guard at Arlington cemetery and I’m looking forward to serving my country.
I would like to get involved and help a good cause.