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Buesing road dedication set for Sunday

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By Lou Elliott Jones

Marine Lance Cpl. Brian R. Buesing was one of the first deaths in the Iraq war when it started in 2003. Nine years later the state will dedicate a portion of State Road 24 in his honor.
A ceremony with state Department of Transportation officials and members of Buesing’s family will be on hand for the dedication of the sign at County Road 347 and SR 24 on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Buesing’s family lives on CR 347 and that is why the road’s intersection was chosen as the starting point.


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