Menker honored


Mike Ullery | Civitas Media Private First Class Austin David Menker, 19, of West Milton, is congratulated by West Milton Police Chief Harry Busse last week on completion of his basic training. Menker was presented with a United States flag that was flown over the municipal building in West Milton as a token of appreciation for Menker’s service and devotion to duty. Menker is a 2016 graduate of Milton-Union High School. He was an Eagle Scout, a 4-H Club member and a standout football player for the Bulldogs. PFC Menker will be shipping out to Camp LeJeune to continue his training.

Mike Ullery | Civitas Media Private First Class Austin David Menker, 19, of West Milton, is congratulated by West Milton Police Chief Harry Busse last week on completion of his basic training. Menker was presented with a United States flag that was flown over the municipal building in West Milton as a token of appreciation for Menker’s service and devotion to duty. Menker is a 2016 graduate of Milton-Union High School. He was an Eagle Scout, a 4-H Club member and a standout football player for the Bulldogs. PFC Menker will be shipping out to Camp LeJeune to continue his training.


Mike Ullery | Civitas Media

Private First Class Austin David Menker, 19, of West Milton, is congratulated by West Milton Police Chief Harry Busse last week on completion of his basic training. Menker was presented with a United States flag that was flown over the municipal building in West Milton as a token of appreciation for Menker’s service and devotion to duty. Menker is a 2016 graduate of Milton-Union High School. He was an Eagle Scout, a 4-H Club member and a standout football player for the Bulldogs. PFC Menker will be shipping out to Camp LeJeune to continue his training.

Mike Ullery | Civitas Media Private First Class Austin David Menker, 19, of West Milton, is congratulated by West Milton Police Chief Harry Busse last week on completion of his basic training. Menker was presented with a United States flag that was flown over the municipal building in West Milton as a token of appreciation for Menker’s service and devotion to duty. Menker is a 2016 graduate of Milton-Union High School. He was an Eagle Scout, a 4-H Club member and a standout football player for the Bulldogs. PFC Menker will be shipping out to Camp LeJeune to continue his training.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2016/12/web1_120616mju_westmilton_marine.jpgMike Ullery | Civitas Media Private First Class Austin David Menker, 19, of West Milton, is congratulated by West Milton Police Chief Harry Busse last week on completion of his basic training. Menker was presented with a United States flag that was flown over the municipal building in West Milton as a token of appreciation for Menker’s service and devotion to duty. Menker is a 2016 graduate of Milton-Union High School. He was an Eagle Scout, a 4-H Club member and a standout football player for the Bulldogs. PFC Menker will be shipping out to Camp LeJeune to continue his training.