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September 19, 2013

SATURDAY: A ceremony will be held at Oakwood Cemetery to honor the pilot whose last act saved hundreds.

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Warren Baltes, the Connecticut Street Armory archivist, and friend to Oakwood, was originally going to present the family with Glasgow's POW medal that he obtained, but Baltes died unexpectedly recently. The medal will be presented by Oakwood's administrator, Larry Steele.

The ceremony is open to the public. 

IF YOU GO WHAT: Ceremony to honor WWII pilot Captain William C. Glasgow WHEN: 11 am, Saturday, open to the public WHERE: Oakwood Cemetery, 763 Portage Rd. MORE INFORMATION: Contact Oakwood Cemetery at 284-5131 or visit online at www.myoakwood.com.

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