Senator Joe Robach Helps Dedicate Post Office to Fallen Greece Marine

Senator Joe Robach was honored to be on hand on October 24 for the dedication of the Greece Branch of the United States Post Office in remembrance of a fallen U.S. Marine, Lance Corporal Brian Schramm. Joe Robach was there in support of veterans and the Schramm family, which has done so much for the Greece community.

Brian Schramm is a 2001 graduate of Greece Olympia High School. Upon graduation, Brian enlisted in to the United State Marine Corps, fulfilling his life’s dream. On October 15, 2004, while serving his second tour of duty in Iraq, Brian was tragically killed during an enemy attack.

“Brian Schramm is truly a hero to our community and our nation. He is someone who gave everything to protect American interest and defend our liberty and freedom,” said Joe Robach. “I was humbled to be invited to be part of this moving ceremony. The Greece community will always remember the sacrifice made by Brian Schramm.”

Joe Robach has always been an avid supporter of our nation’s veterans, that support was evident with the completion of this dedication. At the dedication, Joe Robach spoke of the importance of supporting our veterans, but also about the importance of supporting the families of our veterans.

To learn more about Lance Corporal Brian Schramm, visit www.brianschramm.com.