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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 CAPE LIFE Remembering our veteran:00 I I Butch Koria, a veteran of the Vietnam era from 1969 to,.. 1971 thinks about his past comrades during Veterans Day ceremonies held Nov. 11 at the Rehoboth Beach Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7447. Dan Cook photos A number of ceremonies in the Cape Region Nov. 1, honored current and former vetcrans for their service to our country. Above, Fran Turner, president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7447 Ladies Auxiliary in Rehobeth Beach, and Terry Figurell, commander of VFW Post 7447, place wreaths in memory of fallen comrades. Dick Hackett of Rehoboth Beach, a US Air Force veter- an who served in Korea reflects during speech. At left, principal speaker during the Veterans Day cer- emonies was All-American Past Department Comm- ander Harry McLaughlin from VFW Post 7447. At right, Rehoboth Beach resident Cheryl Blackman takes in the solemnness of the ceremony. Cape senior Casey Cashdollar brings a gift to the veterans of a poster signed by the students and staff of Cape Henlopen High School. Mlclmei Short photo A large contingent of veterans, families and friends attended services and saw this wreath laid by first commander and American Legion Post 28 founder Don Addor and Past Commander Lenny Bunch on Nov. 11. The Veterans Day service was one of many held throughout the Cape Region dur- ing a day of honor and reflection. Jack Ward acknowledges friend Allen Kraft dur- ing the ceremonies.