Comments for: Dedication set for memorial to Bangor men killed in World War II

Posted Nov. 01, 2012, at 4:01 p.m.

BANGOR | Fifteen years after the Maine World War II Memorial was installed at Cole Land Transportation Museum, a granite monument naming all 112 Bangor men killed in the war will be dedicated during Veterans Day ceremonies. Museum founder Galen Cole, a Purple Heart veteran who attended Bangor High …

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  • Anonymous

    I miss the WWll vets, their stories of the war, and stories of life during the Great Depression in Maine, stories of Model A Fords, cutting wood in the woods before chain saws, they were a good bunch and they are leaving us fast.

    • Anonymous

      They didn’t question “why”… They did what they did for their country!

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