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Aram Donabed, 9, of Westwood watched yesterday as the casket of First Lieutenant Andrew J. Bacevich was removed from a hearse to be brought into St. Timothy Church in Norwood for his funeral service. He was killed in Iraq by a suicide bomber.

In low-key service, a final goodbye to soldier

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / May 22, 2007

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NORWOOD -- The doors to St. Timothy's were opened yesterday morning, allowing sunlight to flood the church foyer. The crowd of more than a thousand mourners hesitated, then rose to their feet. (Full article: 599 words)

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