Gone But Not Forgotten: Remains of Korean War POW to Return Home August 4th

By Mary Schubert Hollopeter

Sixty-six years ago, Corporal Richard John Seadore died in a Prisioner-of-War camp in North Korea. On August 4, 2017, his re-mains will be received by his family at Grandview Cemetery at Long Pine with a full military service.

On Saturday, June 10th, Seadore family members, Shirley Hitchcock and Albert Seadore, met with rep-resentatives of the Department of Army Casualty from Fort Knox, KY and the Casualty Assistance Center from Fort Riley, KS. Janette Gray and SFC Michael Hagen presented and explained the detailed written report of what likely happened to Richard and how his remains were recovered.


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