Philip Honican of Nicholasville, a major in the Army National Guard, visited the graves of his father, three uncles and friends with his family — wife Kim, son Nathan, 12, and daughter Lauren, 5 — before the Memorial Day ceremony at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Monday.
Philip Honican of Nicholasville, a major in the Army National Guard, visited the graves of his father, three uncles and friends with his family — wife Kim, son Nathan, 12, and daughter Lauren, 5 — before the Memorial Day ceremony at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Monday. Mark Ashley
Philip Honican of Nicholasville, a major in the Army National Guard, visited the graves of his father, three uncles and friends with his family — wife Kim, son Nathan, 12, and daughter Lauren, 5 — before the Memorial Day ceremony at Camp Nelson National Cemetery on Monday. Mark Ashley

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