Terry Crouson

Reader Input: Let’s salute vets for sacrifices

The Auburn Veterans Day Parade Committee partnered with Auburn Elks Lodge No. 1691 in hosting a Father’s Day breakfast fundraising event. We had a terrific turnout for our ev ...

Remembering ‘the day the world stopped’ 50 years ago

  For those alive on Nov. 22, 1963, news that President John F. Kennedy had been shot is burrowed deep into youthful memories. Today, five decades later, the assassination o ...

Memorial Day ceremonies scheduled for four local cemeteries

Auburn will commemorate the sacrifices of its homegrown heroes on Memorial Day with a 9 a.m. ceremony at the New Auburn Cemetery, followed by others at the Old Auburn, Newcastle an ...

Veterans honor departed comrades

The Auburn Area Honor Guard?s first military honors funeral was conducted at the New Auburn Cemetery in November 2001, according to Terry Crouson, commander of the Auburn Area Hono ...

Auburn Journal Newsmakers: Terry Crouson

This week Auburn Journal Newsmakers caught up with Terry Crouson, commander of the Auburn Area Honor Guard, to talk about Memorial Day and ceremonies slated for the Auburn Area.&nb ...

A US Marine’s WWII memory

I want to totally concur with Terry Crouson’s comments about the Marines urinating on Taliban corpses (Journal, Jan. 15). I’m a World War II Marine Raider, 3rd Raider Battalion ...