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NOV 30, 2014 — Summit Project ensures gratitude to late veterans is set in stone

On mountains across Maine, hikers scale the heights for deceased members of the military.

BY DEIRDRE FLEMING STAFF WRITERACADIA NATIONAL PARK — New Year’s Day will mark two years since Nathan Stewart’s death. An Army veter- an, Stewart was deployed twice to Iraq, in 2006 and 2008, during a six-year military career in which he reached the rank of sergeant. The Waldoboro native was an athletic, adventurous outdoorsman who loved to rock climb, hike, scuba dive and travel until he took his own life at age 29.   Read the rest of that article here.

 
 

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