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Liaison eases return of Pearl Harbor veterans

Families of the dead and war survivors find comfort in retired Navy master chief Jim Taylor

By William Cole

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 25, 2013

~~<p>Jim Taylor has a unique and special bond with 294 Pearl Harbor defenders and their families.</p>
<p>For close to 20 years the retired Navy master chief has volunteered his time to oversee the return of the deceased veterans' ashes to Pearl Harbor, the place that changed their lives forever on Dec. 7, 1941.</p>
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Jim Taylor has a unique and special bond with 294 Pearl Harbor defenders and their families.

For close to 20 years the retired Navy master chief has volunteered his time to oversee the return of the deceased veterans' ashes to Pearl Harbor, the place that changed their lives forever on Dec. 7, 1941. Login for more...



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