Raymond Schoenmann, the brother of Pfc. Glenn Schoenmann, receives an engraved bullet from the Sequatchie Valley Honor Guard Saturday afternoon in Coalmont, Tenn. The Schoenmann siblings are finally able to put their brother Glenn to rest, six decades after he was declared missing in action in Korea. His remains are returning to Grundy County after being recovered from the Chosin Reservoir.
Raymond Schoenmann, the brother of Pfc. Glenn Schoenmann, receives an engraved bullet from the Sequatchie Valley Honor Guard Saturday afternoon in Coalmont, Tenn. The Schoenmann siblings are finally able to put their brother Glenn to rest, six decades after he was declared missing in action in Korea. His remains are returning to Grundy County after being recovered from the Chosin Reservoir.
Photo by Connor Choate .
published Saturday, January 12th, 2013
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