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Water Cooler: Remains of WWII Vermont soldier recovered

RIP, Alevin Hathaway of Hinesburg. He was 20 and a private in the U.S. Army when he died, apparently a victim of a German mine, in the Hurtgen Forest in Germany in 1944, during the liberation of Europe. NBC5 reports.

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NBC5 Remains of Vermont soldier reported KIA during WWII recovered 7/17/2022 3:06 PM
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  1. As to Non-Profits…does anybody know of one that didn’t want to enlarge its feed bag? Too big to fail, Mr. Nease? Too “crucial” to ungrateful, pitiful skin flint Vermont? Well…..thanks but no thanks, Floyd.

  2. May God grant Alevin Hathaway’s family peace and comfort. Our military has fought for freedom, given their lives for America. We are to honor them, our Constitution and Flag.

    God made a way for Freedom to be real in America. The Light shall not be extinguished.

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