Derrick Andrews (left) is comforted by Pfc. Raymond Werner's brother, Roger Spencer, at a Memorial Service for Pfc. Werner at Cloverdale Church of God on Friday, February 23, 2007 in Boise, ID. Lacey Werner, Pfc. Werner's wife, is at right. Werner was killed along with two other soldiers in the 321st Engineers Battallion when their vehicle ran over a roadside bomb on February 8 in Karmah, Iraq.
Derrick Andrews (left) is comforted by Pfc. Raymond Werner's brother, Roger Spencer, at a Memorial Service for Pfc. Werner at Cloverdale Church of God on Friday, February 23, 2007 in Boise, ID. Lacey Werner, Pfc. Werner's wife, is at right. Werner was killed along with two other soldiers in the 321st Engineers Battallion when their vehicle ran over a roadside bomb on February 8 in Karmah, Iraq. The Idaho Statesman
Derrick Andrews (left) is comforted by Pfc. Raymond Werner's brother, Roger Spencer, at a Memorial Service for Pfc. Werner at Cloverdale Church of God on Friday, February 23, 2007 in Boise, ID. Lacey Werner, Pfc. Werner's wife, is at right. Werner was killed along with two other soldiers in the 321st Engineers Battallion when their vehicle ran over a roadside bomb on February 8 in Karmah, Iraq. The Idaho Statesman

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