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Fallen Soldier Remembered

A Texoma family are preparing funeral arrangements for a fallen soldier.

Five Fort Bliss Soldiers were killed last weekend in a bombing in Afghanistan.

Among the killed was Lawton native 1st Lt. Brandon James Landrum.  The 26-year-old graduated from the ROTC program at "Cameron University."

His wife, Miranda Shae Landrum, said that there will be a private memorial service on Friday, May 10th, at the Country Club in Lawton, Ok.  This would mark their 4th wedding anniversary.

Public services will be held for the fallen hero on Saturday, May 11th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Assembly of God in Lawton, Ok.

 

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