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Re: Iraq

Could still be the same, Ceres, I have no experience or knowledge of this in 
detail.  I know that the military has people that are with family support who 
help the family through this awful time after a loved one's death, with the 
paper work, councelling, etc. etc.  Even with retirees they do this, which was a 
tremendous help with my mom who was a total loss when my dad passed away at 
the Kerrville VA hospital.....by the way, no escort from there to San Antonio.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 2/4/2004 11:03:16 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
Noreen, I had a cousin who escorted bodies home during the VN conflict.  He 
was available for the family to help with their needs and remained til after 
the funeral.  That may not be the practice today. 

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