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Proclamation for soldier

Posted: June 23, 2012 - 11:11pm  |  Updated: June 24, 2012 - 1:09am
Photo by Barry Paschal   State Sen. Bill Jackson (from left) recently presented a Georgia State Senate proclamation to the Moore family during a Columbia County Commission meeting. The proclamation is in honor of Charles Moore Jr., who was missing in action in 1943 in the Pacific Theater during World War II and declared dead in 1946. Moore's remains were never found, but his dog tags were recovered in Papua, New Guinea, and returned last year to the family. Receiving the proclamation during the May 15 Columbia County Commission meeting were Moore's son, Charles H. "Chuck" Moore, of Evans; his son, Seth Moore; granddaughter, Aspen Moore; daughter-in-law Alana Moore; and wife, Laurie Moore.  Barry Paschal
Barry Paschal
Photo by Barry Paschal State Sen. Bill Jackson (from left) recently presented a Georgia State Senate proclamation to the Moore family during a Columbia County Commission meeting. The proclamation is in honor of Charles Moore Jr., who was missing in action in 1943 in the Pacific Theater during World War II and declared dead in 1946. Moore's remains were never found, but his dog tags were recovered in Papua, New Guinea, and returned last year to the family. Receiving the proclamation during the May 15 Columbia County Commission meeting were Moore's son, Charles H. "Chuck" Moore, of Evans; his son, Seth Moore; granddaughter, Aspen Moore; daughter-in-law Alana Moore; and wife, Laurie Moore.


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