The National EMS Moving Honors Memorial stopped at the Roanoke Emergency Medical Service Station on Tuesday morning. The mobile memorial is making its way across the United States to spread the word about the 29th annual service in Arlington on Saturday. Personnel who put on the memorial are (from left) Scott Davis of Pembroke; Joey VanVolkenburg of Buffalo, N.Y.; Megan Harris of Wizard Wells, Texas; Kevin Dillard of Fredericksburg; and Sarah Morris of Roanoke. Dillard is founder of the memorial service in partnership with the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads, which was founded in Roanoke in 1928. The ambulance is traveling across the country carrying a giant Tree of Life that will feature leaves with the names of those being honored. Dillard said they are also raising money for a permanent EMS memorial in Washington, D.C.