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Residents turn out to pay respects to fallen Marine

March 28, 2013

MARIETTA — A young Marine killed while training returned home to Marietta Wednesday, with an escort from the Patriot Guard Riders and hundreds of area residents lining Pike Street to pay their......

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eyetech

Apr-02-13 6:16 PM

First, I want to offer my condolences to the family of this young man. Second, I am respectfully requesting this newspaper to write and publish an apology to his family for publishing photographs of his casket after being asked repeatedly NOT to do so. The "reporter" responsible should personally apologize to his family. Your headline is about the community paying their respects, now is the time for you to be respectful. I challenge you to publicly apologize and make the statement that this will NEVER happen again!

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Hilleye

Mar-28-13 3:52 PM

Rest easy Marine. You have stood your watch. The gates of heaven are guarded by another warrior.

RIP Brother.

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notopinionated

Mar-28-13 9:34 AM

It truly was awesome to see so many pepole turn out lastnight to show our support for a fallen soldier. It just goes to show that the USA IS the best place to be!

My condolences go out to the family of the fallen soldier. I hope you are able to find peace and comfort is the coming days and weeks.

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BakerKat

Mar-28-13 8:51 AM

The gates of heaven are secure and a fallen warrior has gone home. Rest in peace young man, may your family find peace also. Semper Fi and stay strong. My deepest condolences.

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sassey

Mar-28-13 7:41 AM

Well said Remington. When my brother, and grandson were transported to a cemetary from out of Fort Bragg, the streets and highway were lined with military and law enforcement in full dress. The state police came in and led the procession of cars, as well as had every intersection blocked as we went by. I cannot tell you the pride and peace that filled our hearts as they saluted.Its been several years now, but thinking back litterly gives me chills. God bless this young man who paid the ultimate price for our country.May he rest in peace, and may his family find comfort in the following day to come.

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Remington

Mar-28-13 12:48 AM

To those who stood on that road paying your respects to the Marine, I just want to say Thank You from the bottom of my heart. People like yourselves are the reason this country is so great!

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