Surrounded by family and friends, Marilyn Duell, 72, of Miami, Florida, the oldest niece of the family of Sgt. John R. Simonetti, receives the flag from his coffin at Arlington National Cemetery.
Surrounded by family and friends, Marilyn Duell, 72, of Miami, Florida, the oldest niece of the family of Sgt. John R. Simonetti, receives the flag from his coffin at Arlington National Cemetery. Mary F. Calvert/MCT
Surrounded by family and friends, Marilyn Duell, 72, of Miami, Florida, the oldest niece of the family of Sgt. John R. Simonetti, receives the flag from his coffin at Arlington National Cemetery. Mary F. Calvert/MCT

66 years later, World War II soldier laid to rest in Arlington

October 25, 2010 7:52 PM

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