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Lewis Lowell Wagoner comes home

ex-OS2 sends us the news that Seaman Second Class Lewis Lowell Wagoner comes home to Wichita, Kansas today from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Wagoner’s remains are to be flown Friday to Wichita, Kansas, a day before a memorial service and interment with military honors at a family plot in Harvey County’s Whitewater Cemetery. A bronze grave […]
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