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Fallen Soldier’s Memory Honored

Elks present his family with their Medal of Valor

June 15, 2013

WHEELING — This year’s Flag Day celebration at Wheeling’s Elks Lodge No. 28 held special meaning for the family of the late Army Capt....

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Jun-15-13 11:23 AM

Meaning no disrespect to the individual or family but haven't others form this area gave their lives for their country?? Why not honor them also?

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Jun-16-13 8:08 AM

there is disrespect Richard. hope you are not a vet. he is the latest. others had their days. this was his for giving his life. your a sad American.

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Jun-16-13 12:40 PM

whgfeeling- You are entitled to your opinion, and I. mine. Yes I am a vet, Korea, Nam, etc. I have seen many good ones lost.

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Jun-16-13 12:47 PM

If individuals want to honor a particular fallen veteran, who are we to complain?

Once Obama finishes losing these wars, perhaps we can push for the construction of a memorial to honor all of those who lost their lives in Iraq/Afghanistan.

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Jun-17-13 11:34 PM

Richard..sorry. I doubt you are a vet or you would not complain of one being honored. go play army now. lol.

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Jun-17-13 11:36 PM

Ragnar lol. read up. bush got us into these wars. Iraq wmd..lies. took berry to get bin where bush failed. lol. don't hate.

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Jun-17-13 11:37 PM

next Richard will whine about the poker run we all went on for capt david van camp. sad.

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