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Marine Second Lieutenant Ian McVey. Marine Second Lieutenant Ian McVey. (Courtesy of the McVey family)
By Kevin Cullen
Globe Columnist / December 18, 2008

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Ian McVey could have been anything. He chose to be a Marine. It is not a path that most kids from Weston would take, but Ian Thomas McVey was not most kids. He coasted at Weston High. But when he transferred to The Rivers School, where his father taught Latin, he got serious and blossomed. (Full article: 665 words)

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