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Saying thanks to those who served our country: Add a Veteran's name to our Memorial Day Remembrance Wall.

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Kristen Zajac

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Saying thanks to those who served our country: Add a Veteran's name to our Memorial Day Remembrance Wall.

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Amy Weger

I would like to honor my grandfather, William R. Chesser. He was a civil engineer in the US Army during WWII. He was the kindest, gentlest granddad a kid could have :)

I would also like to honor my grandmothers, Evelyn Chesser and Mae Langston. Both of them were nurses during WWII. They were each a significant influence on me in their own ways. A long line of strong, independent women. I love them all and miss them dearly.

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Gwen kovac

In memory of my father, Paul Champlin, who was a Navy Seabee. He served his country for 20 years. During his service he was an MP, he built schools, he mastered amazing carpentry skills, and was a part of so many community enriching opportunities. I'm so proud he was my father.

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Kristen Zajac

In Memoriam: LCDR Otis Vince Tolbert, US Navy, United States Central Command, Brave and accomplished veteran who died in service to his country at the Pentagon during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the homeland. His legacy and service will always be remembered." Contributed by the Swinfords.

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Jennifer Houdeshell

In honor of Bobbie Flahaven who died as a very young man serving our country in the U.S. Army in Europe in World War II-always Mama's favorite cousin of all. They grew up together in Cleveland, Ohio. Beloved son of Lillian and Fred Flahaven and brother of Sabra Peterson.

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Ryan Wentworth

In honor to my Uncle Robert Wentworth who past late last year and retired from the Air Force many years ago. He was my father's last brother whom sacrificed him life for country and honor. He is now with his brothers in arms.

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Ryan Wentworth

In honor to my Uncle Kenneth Fraiser who past late last year and served in the navy. He was my father's cousin whom sacrificed him life for country and honor. He is now with his brothers in arms.

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Ryan Wentworth

In honor to my Uncle Fred Fraiser who past late last year and served in the military. He ws my father's cousin whom sacrificed him life for country and honor. He is now with his brothers in arms.

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leonardg

For Jack Cole, radio man in the US Army Air Corps in WWII, who went on to be a wonderful doctor and an amazing grandfather.

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Julie Tucker

In honor and remembrance of my Uncle Buck. We love you and miss you so much. We are proud of you and your service to our country.

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AngelJS5

Maj Dwayne Kelley. KIA Iraq 2008. Father, husband devoted soldier.

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Jennifer Houdeshell

David L. Huntsberry, United States Navy, Veteran of World War II-, Pacific . Beloved son, husband, father, uncle-your family honors and remembers you with great love. Thank you for your service and for the love you showed us all. Jennifer Houdeshell

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Kristen Zajac

DAVID R. THOMAS III: U.S. Army, Vietnam Veteran. In loving memory. Thank you for your bravery, hard work, intellect, wit, heart, and excellence in service. Your family honors you this Memorial Day and we miss you more than words can ever express.

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Kristen Zajac

DAVID R. THOMAS JR: U.S. Army, World War II Veteran. A good and honorable man who loved his country and his family. Thank you for your exemplary military service to this nation. Your family remembers you with pride, loves you dearly, and misses you so much. Your light continues to shine bright in the lives of everyone you've touched.

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Kristen Zajac

LAURI CHAMPLIN: U.S. Navy, Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Petty Officer. Tours in Hampton Roads including FOSIC, NMITC and USCINCLANT; Sr. Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton on-site, United States Central Command, MacDill AFB, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom. In loving memory. Thank you for your fine work in the counterterrorism arena. Your friends and family remember and honor you and miss you so much.

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Kristen Zajac

BARBARA L. MCCAMMON: Master Sergeant, United States Central Command, MacDill AFB, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom. We remember your fine legacy of service and your friends and family miss you very much. HONORS: ** Served 7 years as a police officer in the NYPD, New York City, receiving the Specialized Uniform Patrol Award from the Community Council of the 34th Precinct. ** After joining the Air National Guard in Boise, the Idaho Air Guard placed her on active duty, following Sept. 11, 2001, at USCENTCOM, MacDill AFB, where she received a Joint Commendation Medal. ** Overseas military duty assignments included Turkey, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Oman.

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