Memorial Day is Monday, May 29th and the Plymouth American Legion will once again conduct three separate ceremonies beginning at 10 a.m. at the Marshall County Court House.  This is a short ceremony that will last about 10 minutes.  From there, the Honor Guard will move to the Tom Chamberlin Bridge over the Yellow River on South Michigan Street for another short ceremony that will include throwing a wreath into the Yellow River and a gun salute. 

The main ceremony will be conducted at Oak Hill Cemetery starting at 10:30. This service will include Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter, the Pride of Plymouth Band and a guest speaker. 

Kevin Huff a lifelong resident of Plymouth will be the guest speaker. Kevin served on active duty for two years with the 82nd Airborne Division during the Viet Nam War. He went on to serve another ten years with the Indiana Army National Guard in Plymouth. He coached and fired with his Battalion Pistol team which won the State AG Matches two years in a row.  Kevin then served twelve years with the Indiana Air National Guard in Fort Wayne. With the Air Guard, he had missions in Europe, Haiti, Honduras, and Columbia, South America. Kevin retired after 25 years as a Master Sergeant.

Huff is now retired after forty years with Del Monte Foods. Has been married forty-eight years to Susan Sherwood Huff and has one daughter Catherine Huff Wraight who has blessed him with four grandchildren.