Letter: Spalding and Masterson’s effort much appreciated

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To the editor,

The family of the late Virgil and Celeste Hagan Whelan would like to express our appreciation to Dr. Harry Spalding and Mr. Joe Masterson for their diligent research and work in collecting information regarding our family service men killed while serving in World War II.

Dr. Harry and Mr. Masterson, along with Judge-Executive Dean Watts, the Nelson County Fiscal Court and  Mr. Richard Nest, American Legion 121,  have prepared a stone monument honoring our deceased servicemen and women to be placed at the downtown Court House Square.

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