YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) – A month after the owner of Hyundai-Kia Motors Yuma died tragically in a plane crash, local veterans gathered to hold a special memorial service.
We spoke to one of the veterans who helped make it all happen.
A Hyundai post on Yuma’s social media said Abraham Razick was “a loving husband, father, brother and a proud United States Marine.”
David Ibarra of VFW Post 8242 said: “We held a beautiful memorial service for him at our Hyundai dealership, bringing all of us together as veterans. We also wanted to honor Mr. Abe, who was a Marine Corps veteran. He said.
Abraham Razick died along with his wife Alma Razick in a tragic plane crash in Marieta, California on July 8th.
Razik was a proud U.S. Marine, so local veteran David Ibarra brought together several veterans’ organizations in Yuma to host a special commemoration last weekend.
“We’ve had contact with American Legion Post 56, Patriot Guards, Combatants, and the core of Yuma’s bagpipes,” Ibarra said.
Hyundai in Yuma said honor, courage and dedication are its values,” Rajic learned while serving in the Marine Corps.
And giving back to the community was his passion.
“He gave veterans a very good deal at his dealership and took care of them by offering free oil changes, so now all the veterans should pay tribute to us and say Abe We have come to build this monument to the Prime Minister,” he said. thorns.