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Published: 5/2/2013 - Updated: 11 months ago


Soldiers Welcomed Home In Perrysburg Township

A welcome home ceremony was held for the 323rd Military Police Company at Cedar Creek Church in Perrysburg Thursday May 2, 2013. Several hundred friends and family members were on hand to welcome the 130 soldiers home from their 9 month-long deployment. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW

1st Lt. Cory Eickholt, of Ottoville, center, hoists up his nephews, Cray , 2, left, and Nathan, 2, right, as he heads back to his family. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 1st Lt. Cory Eickholt, of Ottoville, center, hoists up his nephews, Cray , 2, left, and Nathan, 2, right, as he ...
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Sgt. Renata Morgan, of North Toledo, center, talks with her son Kelvin Gist, Jr., 11, left, and niece Ja'Lycia Price, 9, right, Thursday afternoon at the conclusion of the welcome home ceremony held for the 323rd Military Police Company at Cedar Creek Church in Perrysburg. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sgt. Renata Morgan, of North Toledo, center, talks with her son Kelvin Gist, Jr., 11, left, and niece Ja'Lycia Price,...
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welcome03p 1st Lt. Cory Eickholt, of Ottoville, center, played with his nephews, Nathan, 2, left, and Cray, 2, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo welcome03p 1st Lt. Cory Eickholt, of Ottoville, center, played with his nephews, Nathan, 2, left, and Cray, 2, right.
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Staff Sgt. William Keith, of Maumee, center, leaned down to talk to his daughter, Emma, 6. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Staff Sgt. William Keith, of Maumee, center, leaned down to talk to his daughter, Emma, 6.
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A family member wore a shirt proclaiming his support of the 323rd Military Police Company. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A family member wore a shirt proclaiming his support of the 323rd Military Police Company.
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Spc. Whitney Davidson, center, was thanked for her service as she and other members of her unit headed out to meet their families and collect their belongings. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Spc. Whitney Davidson, center, was thanked for her service as she and other members of her unit headed out to ...
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Robin Grames, of West Toledo, left, kisses her daughter, Alexandria, 3 months-old, as her husband Staff Sgt. Greg Grames meets his child for the first time. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Robin Grames, of West Toledo, left, kisses her daughter, Alexandria, 3 months-old, as her husband Staff Sgt. Greg Grames ...
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