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  • Legacy of Marine brings loved ones together

    Robert Riojas tells how fellow U.S. Marine Charles Yllan died in his arms during the Vietnam War and how he made it his mission to have Yllan's name put on the St. Peter's Cemetery memorial.

Robert Riojas tells how fellow U.S. Marine Charles Yllan died in his arms during the Vietnam War and how he made it his mission to have Yllan's name put on the St. Peter's Cemetery memorial. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Robert Riojas tells how fellow U.S. Marine Charles Yllan died in his arms during the Vietnam War and how he made it his mission to have Yllan's name put on the St. Peter's Cemetery memorial. Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Friends of fallen Vietnam Marine celebrate his legacy

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