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  • Remembering Whatcom’s war dead for Veterans Day 2017

    Whatcom County’s war dead are remembered at Memorial Park, which is tucked behind Sunnyland Elementary School off James Street. Memorial walls bear the names of almost 500 Whatcom County residents killed while fighting in World Wars I and II and wars in Korea, Vietnam and Iraq and Afghanistan. No local soldier died in the Persian Gulf War.

Remembering Whatcom’s war dead for Veterans Day 2017

Whatcom County’s war dead are remembered at Memorial Park, which is tucked behind Sunnyland Elementary School off James Street. Memorial walls bear the names of almost 500 Whatcom County residents killed while fighting in World Wars I and II and wars in Korea, Vietnam and Iraq and Afghanistan. No local soldier died in the Persian Gulf War.
Julie Shirley jshirley@bhamherald.com