(New York, NY) -- Today marks a hundred years since the birth of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Some Americans are taking a moment this Memorial Day to remember the life and death of America's 35th president. The U.S Postal Service is putting out a reminder that a forever stamp Dedicated to JFK’s Centennial is still available. The stamp features a photo by Fishkill based photographer Ted Spiegel.
President Kennedy was a Navy vet and the first Catholic to hold the country’s highest office, many remember JFK as one of the most stirring orators to sit in the Oval Office. He was cut down by a sniper's bullet in 1963.
Photo: U.S. Postal Service