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2 brothers who died on USS Oklahoma will finally get individual grave markers

COURTESY CAROL SOWAR
                                <strong>“This was all very hard on my mother, and the fact that they were not buried the way that you’d want them to be buried, with dignity and a service, always bothered her. It was always very painful for her.”</strong>
                                <strong>Carol Sowar</strong>
                                <em>Niece of brothers Harold, left, and William Trapp, pictured above</em>
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COURTESY CAROL SOWAR

“This was all very hard on my mother, and the fact that they were not buried the way that you’d want them to be buried, with dignity and a service, always bothered her. It was always very painful for her.”

Carol Sowar

Niece of brothers Harold, left, and William Trapp, pictured above

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                                William Trapp
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William Trapp

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                                Harold Trapp
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Harold Trapp

COURTESY CAROL SOWAR
                                <strong>“This was all very hard on my mother, and the fact that they were not buried the way that you’d want them to be buried, with dignity and a service, always bothered her. It was always very painful for her.”</strong>
                                <strong>Carol Sowar</strong>
                                <em>Niece of brothers Harold, left, and William Trapp, pictured above</em>
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                                William Trapp
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                                Harold Trapp