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Sort order. Nov 22, M. Danielle Gregoire D-Marlborough and several city councilors. Wendy Carruthers, senior vice president of human resources with the event sponsor Boston Scientific, expressed her pride that hundreds of its employees advocate for veterans causes. Noala Fritz of Verdon, Neb.
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Her son, Army 1st Lt. Jacob Fritz, is represented with photos in the exhibit.
A graduate of the U. Military Academy at West Point, he was killed in at age 25 in an attack on an Iraqi security facility in Karbala.
The exhibit features 31 towers with photographs of over 5, veterans. Families were asked to provide two photos of the fallen veterans: one wearing a military uniform and another more casual.
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Among the veterans remembered on the towers are those who were killed in training and others who committed suicide as a result of post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD. Joyce and Kevin Lucey travelled to Marlborough for the ceremony from their home in Belchertown. I was recently contacted by the grandson of a First World War casualty, whose descendants are planning to gather at his grave on the one hundredth anniversary of his death. Though today of course this may extend to daughters.
I am not stunned but overwhelmed.
My dear brave loving cheerful, thoughtful boy. My desolate home.
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