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Thanksgiving story: Daniel Kermeen home from Djbouti

Cpl. Kermeen will have Thanksgiving Dinner with family, participate in Columbia's Christmas Parade 2010
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Cpl. Daniel Kermeen and his family are on their way home to Columbia, KY, for Thanksgiving.

This will be his first trip home to Columbia since his return from his second deployment. (1st deployment to Afghanistan and the 2nd deployment with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit stationed in Djbouti, East Africa).

Daniel will be 'home for the holidays' allowing him to participate in Columbia's Christmas Parade 2010!

We have so much to be thankful for! Happy Thanksgiving! Happy mother, Pam Kermeen

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This story was posted on 2010-11-23 22:52:14
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Cpl. Daniel Kermeen re-enlistment ceremony

2010-11-23 - Photo by Pam Kermeen. Camp LeJeune, NC
Cpl. Daniel Kermeen, Columbia, KY, facing camera in front of formation, at re-enlistment ceremony in Camp LeJeune, NC. Cpl. Kermeen will participate in the 2010 Christmas in Columbia Parade. He'll be home for Thanksgiving for the first time since his deployment to Djbouti, East Africa one year ago. This photo was taken at Camp LeJeune, NC on October 22, 2010.

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