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Display Honors Fallen Soldiers

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A presentation called "Remembering Our Fallen" honoring North Dakota soldiers who've died in service to the country since

September 11th, 2001 is on display in Minot right now.

The display is at First International Bank's main location on South Broadway.

From Specialist Paul Beyer to Specialist Cody Wentz, 19 young men are honored in the display that also includes Corporal Nathan Goodiron.

Goodiron's widow is an employee of First International Bank's Fargo office and worked at the Minot branch at the time of her husband's death.

The local American Legion helped to set up the display that has also appeared in Fargo and will go next to the Watford City home location for the bank.

WIth last week's deaths in Afghanistan, there will soon be two more honorees on the display.

You can learn more about "Remembering Our Fallen" online at RememberingOurFallen.org.

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