Dennis Maresh of Valley City Raises the Flag at Minnesota Twins Game

Far left Dennis Marsh.Here is a picture of Denny holding the flag prior to the signing of the National Anthem.

 

MINNEAPOLIS (NewsDakota.com) – Dennis Maresh of Valley City had the honor of raising the flag during a Minnesota Twins game. He was nominated by his daughter Susan Lloyd to raise the flag before the Twins game at Target Field on July 8th.

More than 50 Maresh family members attended the game. Dennis Maresh had some assistance holding the flag including a family friend Korean War veteran Dave Zeller of Valley City, former Barnes County Veterans Service Officer Jim Drong of Valley City and three of his nephews Brian Tangen of Gretna, Nebraska, Chad Tangen of Valley City and Matt Maresh of Valley City. All have served in the armed forces.  

Far left Dennis Marsh.Here is a picture of Denny holding the flag prior to the signing of the National Anthem.

L to R Matt Maresh, Brian Tangen, Chad Tangen, Jim Drong, Dave Zeller and Dennis Maresh holding the flag prior to the singing of the National Anthem before a Minnesota Twins game on July 8th. Story and photo submitted to NewsDakota.com by Connie Maresh.


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