In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Massachusetts man makes it his mission to keep our lost veterans from ever being forgotten. CNN's Michaela Pereira reports.
Every May since 2007, when his friend's son died in combat, Robert Gramazio lines the front yard of his late mother's home with a flag and photo of every soldier or marine from his state killed in combat in Iraq or Afghanistan.
"I kind of got to know their pictures every year. It's like ... I'm talking to them," he said.
This year, Gramazio is honoring 124 of the fallen soldiers.
"I hope everybody doesn't forget. It's kind of sad, one day a year. But at least everybody remembers one day."
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