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Huey Parker Lang

LTC Lang (Ret), 77 of Meridian, died 21 Mar 09 at Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center, and will be greatly missed by his loving family. Huey Lang was graduated from Meridian High School, the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor’s Degree in History, and from the University of Southern California with a Master’s Degree […]

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Robert Yeomans

Longtime Alaska resident Robert Michael “Bob” Yeomans, 60, died of lung cancer 28 Oct 08, in Eagle River. Bob was born 23 July 1948, in Oakland, N.J., to James Guy Yeomans and Florence Evelyn Romaine. He married Teress A. Morreale on Aug. 3, 1969, in Oakland. Bob joined the Army in 1974 in Fort Carson,

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Robert A. Conley

Robert Conley was born on Jan. 21, 1947 at Cheverly, Maryland. His parents were lly and Mary Eileen (Becker) Conley. Robert had been employed with the railroad in Virginia and he worked as service officer for the Government and traveled from state to state. He also made guitars and violins for Gibson Guitars in Montana.

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Glen A. Melton

Glen A. Melton (age 67) retired Major from the U.S. Army, passed away on August 16 ,2008 at Select Specialty Hospital in Tallahassee, FL. He was born in lsesburg, IL, was graduated from Valley Senior High in Fairview, IL and received a B.S. from Illinois State University and a master’s degree from BoHe was born

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Carletta S. Davis

Staff Sgt. Carletta S. Davis, 34, was a health care specialist assigned to 10th Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI). Davis, who called Anchorage, Alaska home, enlisted in the Army in October 1994 and completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C., before attending advanced individual training at Fort Sam Houston,

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Phil Pemberton

We received the very sad news that one of our brethren senior 70H’s, LTC Phil Pemberton, died of a heart attack on Sunday, 29 Jul 07. LTC Phil Pemberton served his country honorably and faithfully for over 26 years of dedicated active federal service. I ask that you keep his family in your thoughts and

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