Wing volunteers clean up Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia
By 1st Lt. Sean Pearson, 111th FW Public Affairs
/ Published June 08, 2013
HORSHAM AIR GUARD STATION, Pa. -- Volunteers from the 111th Fighter Wing spent the day at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia cleaning away years of overgrown plants and trash from the site on May 3. Mount Moriah, at 380 acres, is the largest cemetery in Pa., but has fallen into a state of neglect. Shown left is Master Sgt. Scott A. Cline, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels delivery, Capt. Steven K. Good, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron logistics readiness officer, Capt. Nicole Reigelman, 111th Air Operations Group public affairs officer, Master Sgt. Sterling Randolph, 111th Communications Flight, Master Sgt. Sylvester Fisher, 111th Air Operations Group, Capt. Danielle Minamyer, 111th Fighter Wing plans officer and 2nd Lt. Belitza Hernandez, 111th Fighter Wing equal opportunity office.