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  • Holly Springs native builds memorial to honor fallen brother

    Holly Springs native David Griffith built the D.G. War on Terror Memorial in Holly Springs in honor of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a reservist with the U.S. Marine Corps, was killed in combat in Afghanistan Dec. 14, 2011. On Monday, May 30, Griffith helped host a Memorial Day Celebration of Life Service at his memorial. More than 200 people attended the event.

Holly Springs native David Griffith built the D.G. War on Terror Memorial in Holly Springs in honor of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a reservist with the U.S. Marine Corps, was killed in combat in Afghanistan Dec. 14, 2011. On Monday, May 30, Griffith helped host a Memorial Day Celebration of Life Service at his memorial. More than 200 people attended the event. Kathryn Trogdon ktrodgon@newsobserver.com
Holly Springs native David Griffith built the D.G. War on Terror Memorial in Holly Springs in honor of his older brother, Maj. Samuel Mark Griffith, a reservist with the U.S. Marine Corps, was killed in combat in Afghanistan Dec. 14, 2011. On Monday, May 30, Griffith helped host a Memorial Day Celebration of Life Service at his memorial. More than 200 people attended the event. Kathryn Trogdon ktrodgon@newsobserver.com

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