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STEADYFRIEND

AT THE CORE





IMPACT

Get the message through



My father was a Korean War Vet - saw the worst of the worst - passing suddenly at a VA Hospital in the Fall of '94. In going through his things - we came across his notebook from Signal Corps training at Camp Gordon, Georgia - handwritten on the cover: MOTTO "GET THE MESSAGE THROUGH."


Today, his service - his role in communications - is at the very core of STEADYFRIEND. By design - through him - we simultaneously Honor and Remember All of Those Who Served, All of Those Who Sacrificed So Much for the American Brand as we know it today.


“They went not for conquest and not for gain, but only to protect the anguished and the innocent. They suffered greatly and by the heroism in a thousand battles, they added a luster to the codes we hold most dear - Duty, Honor, Country, Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity." ― William Sessions



In passing in 1994, my father missed ever seeing the Korean War Memorial Dedication in Washington D.C. on July 27th, 1995 - something he knew was coming. Additionally, he would never see the Korean War Memorial Dedication in New Jersey on November 13, 2000.




Today, we get the message through -

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE


STEADYFRIEND.US represents a deep-seeded commitment to a

living 'American Remembrance Master Plan' - a plan which, while representing an accompanying technical competence in the art and science of landscape design, does so with an ongoing commitment to the art and science of graphic design - communication.


It represents a Master Plan with perpetual complexities as it is a plan that is never finished.



Beloved Father, Friend, Teacher, Coach


Through Landscape and Graphic Design - we communicate perpetually. We build memories and memorials for the many who deserve both.




Lest we forget

AMERICANS

> 36,000+ KILLED-IN-ACTION

> 7,517 MISSING-IN-ACTION




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