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Military couple say present to Wyomissing High School Career Day

Former Marine Sgt. Doug Graybill, who now dedicates his time to helping homeless veterans, and Former Sgt. 1st Class Liz Graybill, now Veterans Services officer supervisor, community relations programs manager for the Berks County Veterans Affairs Office, pose for a photo at the Wyomissing Area Junior/Senior High School during the school's annual "Career Day," Nov. 13, 2013. Although this husband and wife dynamic duo do not currently serve in the armed forces, the Graybills continue to display pride in their military heritage by helping local citizens, veterans and soldiers currently serving at the Reading Reserve Center; through many nameless donations the Graybills are able to provide free clothing, food and gifts cards during the holidays and throughout the year to continue honoring the men and women, past and present, for their service.



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This work, Military couple say present to Wyomissing High School Career Day, by SFC Julio Nieves, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.13.2013

Date Posted:11.14.2013 13:52

Photo ID:1052314

VIRIN:131113-A-GR268-589

Resolution:370x607

Size:62.66 KB

Location:WYOMISSING, PA, USGlobe

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