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(BRUSH, Colo., May 30-31, 2004) Making the final turn and heading for home, Harold, balanced on the back of the car and on the arm of Stan, comes down the walk to the front door of his home where the flag is to the left... This Memorial Day weekend was significant for Stan. He is a WWII veteran as a pilot and was significant in the acquisition of a memorial headstone honoring a Brush, CO resident who was killed as a serviceman aboard the USS Arizona during the japanese bombing in Pearl Harbor. Today at the Brush Memorial Cemetery this headstone will be dedicated and the memory honored. In addition, the holiday is marked at the Gray home with the annual pool opening inviting all the local relatives to come and enjoy. Harold and Stan Gray are father and son. Harold is 103. Stan is 76. Together they live to make it possible for Harold to remain in his home he purchased over 70 years ago and live the last of his life in the warmth of the sun as long as he can. (Photo by: STEVEN R. NICKERSON/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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