Hundreds attend Memorial Day ceremony at Oklahoma City museum

More than 700 attended a Memorial Day ceremony at the 45th Infantry Division Museum in Oklahoma City. Among those recognized are families of 14 Oklahoma National Guard members who were killed in Afghanistan.

BY TIM WILLERT Published: May 29, 2012
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It’s been eight months since Army Pfc. Tony Potter Jr. was killed in Afghanistan and the pain his family feels has yet to subside.

“I have it hard every day,” Tony Potter Sr. said Monday, tears running down his face. “If it wasn’t for my grandchildren and my kids, I would have given up a long time ago.”

For the Potter family...

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