The two lawmakers helped secure $125,000 in the state budget adopted by the General Assembly in April to build the memorial.
UPDATE: Due to the possibility of high winds and inclement weather, the installation of the Blue Angel F/A-18C Hornet at the Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial at Lee Victory Recreation Park has been moved to Friday, June 1 at 10:00 a.m.
After raising over one-million dollars to begin, the Captain Jeff Kuss Memorial is well underway in Smyrna.
Members of the Rutherford County Legislative Delegation announced that they will memorialize fallen Blue Angels Captain Jeff Kuss with a proclamation and bridge dedication on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
Smyrna will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the Capt. Jeff Kuss Memorial Wednesday (Oct. 18) near the Lee Victory Park on Sam Ridley Parkway.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the Capt. Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial will take place on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:00 p.m. at Lee Victory Recreation Park in Smyrna.
The Rutherford County Board of Commissioners Meeting was upbeat last night, full of good news and helpful reminders. The Rutherford Neighbor Alliance brought awareness to legal services, the commissioners announced some fund raising events coming up, and Rhonda Allen brought attention to our schools' budget.
A Blue Angel F/A-18C Hornet similar to the jet flown by United States Marine Corps Captain Jeff Kuss and on loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida will be shipped by flatbed truck and arrive Thursday afternoon...
The Town of Smyrna will soon announce a permanent honor for fallen Blue Angels Pilot, Captain Jeff Kuss.
The US Navy said that pilot error led to the crash of Marine Captain Jeff Kuss on June 2, 2016 as he was practicing for the air show.
United States Navy officials say the Blue Angels will return to the air by the country's celebration of Independence Day. Based in Pensacola, Florida, the Blue Angels will resume performances July 2nd at an air show in Michigan.
This year's event is dedicated to the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and Marine Captain Jeff Kuss for his service and sacrifice.
A committee has been established to determine an appropriate way to honor Captain Kuss and will meet the week of June 27th.
Authorities investigating the crash of a U.S. Navy Blue Angel jet in Smyrna are asking for the public's help.
The local community and friends of the fallen Blue Angel pilot who was killed last week when his jet crashed in Smyrna continue to support the family with monetary donations.
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