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Subject: Rev. Michael "Mikey" Schmidt to play taps for Veterans Day

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Date Posted: 17:20:01 11/08/14 Sat
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For Immediate Release:

Rev. Michael Schmidt of the Trumpet of the Lord Ministry to play Taps for the City of Decatur, the Dekalb County Police Department, and the American Legion in a special Veterans Day service on November 11th , 2015 at 11 A.M. held on Veterans Day in Decatur Cemetery located at 299 Bell Street Decatur, Ga 30030.
Phone: 404-378-4411

November 2014 marks the sixth year that the Friends of Decatur Cemetery and American Legion Harold Byrd Post 66 have joined in a project to honor all those buried in Decatur Cemetery who have served in the armed forces. The 58-acre cemetery contains graves of veterans from every conflict from the American Revolution through the recent military engagements in the Middle East and Afghanistan. Taps will be played in a special Veterans Day service on November 11th at 11:00 a.m. by Rev. Michael Schmidt President of the Trumpet of the Lord Ministry 501(c)3

Volunteers under the leadership of Amy Weaver will donate time on the second Saturday in November to place 50-star U.S. flags on the graves of nearly 1,000 veterans who now rest in Decatur soil. A service of remembrance will be held at the Veteran’s Memorial off Bell Street on Sunday, Nov. 11, 11 a.m. 3013 , in the cemetery. The flags will remain in place until Nov. 24.

Michael E. Schmidt , seen on various Fox , Comcast and CW tv stations (for details see www.oasisrevivalcenter.net) and on Gospel Music Television, Daystar, Vision Quest and TOTAL Records. Michael is best known as a former trumpet player for the late Rev. Dr. Jerry Falwell at Thomas Road Baptist Church in the Old Time Gospel Hour Orchestra. Rev. Michael Schmidt holds three graduate degrees from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. Michael is the former soloist with the Liberty University Spirit of the Mountain Marching Band, and the Florida Bible College Brass Ensemble.

Michael is a former member of the beloved Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps where he studied under Principal Chicago Symphony trumpet player Chris Martin’s father Freddy Martin, and lead D.C.I. brass adjudicator Dr.Gary Markham. Michael also marched in DCI top 12 North Star Drum and Bugle Corps where he learned from NBC Orchestra arranger Dan Lutz and famed Drum Corps International soloist Jerry Noonan.

Michael currently plays trumpet for the Trumpet of the Lord Ministries based out of Lilburn, GA. Rev. Schmidt has twice been rated one of the top ten Christian trumpet players in the world. Michael plays weekly for Rev. Josh Sutton at Mountain Park First Baptist Church in Lilburn, Georgia , and for populat tv evangelist Dr. Davild Fridell at Oasis Revival Center. Michael E. Schmidt is a featured soloist for Rev. Ray Calfee in the Etowah, Tennessee Town Band. Michael E. Schmidt is the official trumpet player of Southern Gospel Music star Sheila Reed as seen in the Christian Voice Magazine.

"Veterans Day is an official United States holiday which honors people who have served in armed service also known as veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11. It coincides with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are celebrated in other parts of the world and also mark the anniversary of the end of World War I. (Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect.)” – Wiki

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