All families seem to have their own set of traditions. In mine it seems to be military service. I often joke that my ancestors showed up for every war because we don’t get along with anybody.
It seems that after over sixty-fives years of war the Korean War may finally be ending. Many of our combat veterans from the era of active fighting on the Korean peninsula have already passed away. My Grandfather was a Korea combat veteran. He died before they actually achieved peace.
At age 80, Charles fell into his fireplace and burned to death. He was discovered with his face badly burned and his clothes nearly burned off.
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