Honoring our Heroes: Renaming Castroville post office after local veteran

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Almost every American has a family member or knows someone who has served in our Armed Forces. However, fewer of us know someone who gave their life to protect the very freedoms we enjoy today.

Across the nation you can find federal and state public offices named after those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. The first time that Congress honored an individual by naming a post office after them was in 1967, and countless more post offices and federal buildings have since been named after significant members of the community.

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