People lined Main Street in Findlay for the Veterans Day Parade on Sunday afternoon.
The parade made its way north and ended at the Hancock County War Memorial where a ceremony was held.
Ralph Reynolds, Junior Vice Commander for the Findlay VFW and Vietnam War Army Veteran, spoke at the service.
When it comes to honoring our Veterans, he said it doesn’t matter what branch of the Armed Services you served in, or whether it was during wartime or peacetime.
“What matters is these men and women stepped up and put the boots on when they were called, and took the oath to defend our America at any cost, that’s what a Veteran is.”
Get more of Reynolds’ remarks and see some video from the parade in the video below.