Verna Ott of Monticello, with husband Bill, wiped tears Tuesday as she looked at the name of her cousin, Staff Sgt. George Elmer Burchett, on a traveling replica of the Vietnam War Memorial Wall at The Center for Rural Development on U.S. 27 in Somerset.
Verna Ott of Monticello, with husband Bill, wiped tears Tuesday as she looked at the name of her cousin, Staff Sgt. George Elmer Burchett, on a traveling replica of the Vietnam War Memorial Wall at The Center for Rural Development on U.S. 27 in Somerset.
Verna Ott of Monticello, with husband Bill, wiped tears Tuesday as she looked at the name of her cousin, Staff Sgt. George Elmer Burchett, on a traveling replica of the Vietnam War Memorial Wall at The Center for Rural Development on U.S. 27 in Somerset.

In Somerset, Kentuckians visit replica of Vietnam Veterans Memorial

May 12, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 12, 2011 06:27 AM

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