Erin Childs-Bowling, right, stands with her children Lauren Marie Childs, 7, and Conor Childs, 9, all of Fresno, as they pay respects to Erin's grandfather, Hollis A. Tweedy, a U.S. Army veteran who served in World War II, while visiting the Clovis Cemetery with Erin's husband Joe Bowling, on Memorial Day in 2014.
Erin Childs-Bowling, right, stands with her children Lauren Marie Childs, 7, and Conor Childs, 9, all of Fresno, as they pay respects to Erin's grandfather, Hollis A. Tweedy, a U.S. Army veteran who served in World War II, while visiting the Clovis Cemetery with Erin's husband Joe Bowling, on Memorial Day in 2014. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Erin Childs-Bowling, right, stands with her children Lauren Marie Childs, 7, and Conor Childs, 9, all of Fresno, as they pay respects to Erin's grandfather, Hollis A. Tweedy, a U.S. Army veteran who served in World War II, while visiting the Clovis Cemetery with Erin's husband Joe Bowling, on Memorial Day in 2014. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee Staff Photo

Memorial Day events

May 24, 2017 3:40 PM

More Videos

  • Building a Hmong nation at the heart of TV pitch for money

    Steve Moua said he pitched the plan for a Hmong homeland on TV because “we are the indigenous people of Asia. That is our home.” He denied taking advantage of anyone: “People have a right to donate. We never harmed anyone.”