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Group meets in Havre to pay tribute to Pfc. Gordon


August 13, 2014

John Kelleher

Skip Hetterscheidt and his wife Sherry, members of Run for the Wall, stand with their motorcycle in front of the Great Northern Inn. They are attending services in Eastend, Saskatchewan, today for Pfc. Lawrence Gordon whose body has been identified 70 years after he was killed in combat.

Skip Hetterscheidt stood by his motorcycle in front of the Great Northern Inn Tuesday afternoon.

Hetterscheidt couldn't help but think of his high school friend Bob Gage who was kidnapped July 3, 1966 ,as he was nearing the end of his tour in Da Nang Air Force Base, Vietnam. He was listed as missing in action and presumed dead. His remains have never been located despite efforts of American and Vietnamese officials.

Hetterscheidt, who lives in Utah, and 50 fellow members of Run for the Wall, a nationwide group that advocates for veterans and those missing in action, are staying in Havre....

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