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Posted: Tuesday, November 3, 2009 12:00 am

The sanctuary at Century Assembly had its share of tears on Monday afternoon, but it seemed to be full of people showing profound respect for Kyle Andrew Coumas, who was killed on Oct. 21 in Afghanistan.

"His legacy is that he loved his family, loved his friends and loved this nation," Pastor Dale Edwards said during the service that drew an estimated 500 people. "He didn't have a death wish. He did this because he felt it was his duty."

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  • posted at 3:11 pm on Tue, Nov 3, 2009.

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    Thank You for your efforts Kyle. You served us with pride and we hope your Family understands we appreciate your sacrafice.On another note to Richie and staff at LNS. How much are you going to exploit this man and his sacrafice in using him to sell papers? I make it at about 6 articles concerning various topics centering around this man. Enough. I at least, know what your doing and I'm calling you on it. Stop.

     
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