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  your boy behaved with the same courage and gallantry as those {
gg who respond to the heroic call of the sea who, in times of danger g
  to themselves, think of ‘wo1nen and children first} Your boy was Q
  true to the traditions of his race. He acted to save others instead
  of himself. You are justly entitled to pride in having such a son. *
 · May God strengthen your belief in this: what is called ‘death’ is
  . really the beginning of ‘life’ itself."
  We shall leave him as he crosses the threshold of that death
  which is really the beginning of life itself. Because of the war,
  only a few Marines from Washington and Quantico could get to
  ‘ "Flagstop" for his funeral services. The messages and ilowers
  that poured in from those who could not come made his family
4  feel the warmth of the love and friendship of the Corps. Quan-
  tico sent a flag to cover his casket and Parris Island sent a
  message saying, "Parris Island grieves with you over the loss of
  a great Marine." His body was brought to Kentucky to be buried
  with the generations of his people in the old Lexington cemetery.
  His kinsmen and family friends and two Marines, one to repre-
  sent the General Commandant of the Marine Corps, received it. -
  After the committal service, after Taps, the flag was lifted from
  his casket by the younger Marine and given to his wife for his _
C sons. Then his wife laid on the casket the scarlet and gold roses
‘ from the United States Marine C