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Lodi-area residents, veterans, local leaders honor soldiers who gave their lives

Lodi-area residents, veterans and local leaders turned out Monday to honor soldiers who gave their lives

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Posted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013 12:00 am

Memorial Day is a time to remember soldiers who have given the ultimate sacrifice, but Monday’s ceremony in Clements had a little twist — a replica of an 1841 cannon boomed through Glenview Cemetery to honor veterans who were killed defending their country.

Retired Lodi Police Officer Harry Webb, wearing a private sack coat from the Union Army, fired the cannon at the end of the ceremony, hosted by the Lockeford Veterans of Foreign Wars.

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