Soldier was ‘a loving son, brother, hero’

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Soldier was ‘a loving son, brother, hero’

60-acre area dedicated to Iraq war hero
David Johnson salutes as Harold Geer raises the flag at the dedication of the Spc. George Raymond Geer Natural Area on Monday.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, Cortez Mayor Karen Sheek, Harold Geer and Carol Geer attended the dedication. “He loved his community, and the people here helped to make him the man that he was,” Harold Geer said.
Sandra Valencia plays taps during the dedication of natural area Monday.
Cyclists rode their bikes on the trail to the dedication. George was one of the nicest guys I ever met,” said Scott Darling. “He was always willing to help someone.”
Veterans in the crowd were asked to stand and were applauded at the dedication.
People from the crowd observe the plaque at the Spc. George Raymond Geer Natural Area.

Soldier was ‘a loving son, brother, hero’

David Johnson salutes as Harold Geer raises the flag at the dedication of the Spc. George Raymond Geer Natural Area on Monday.
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, Cortez Mayor Karen Sheek, Harold Geer and Carol Geer attended the dedication. “He loved his community, and the people here helped to make him the man that he was,” Harold Geer said.
Sandra Valencia plays taps during the dedication of natural area Monday.
Cyclists rode their bikes on the trail to the dedication. George was one of the nicest guys I ever met,” said Scott Darling. “He was always willing to help someone.”
Veterans in the crowd were asked to stand and were applauded at the dedication.
People from the crowd observe the plaque at the Spc. George Raymond Geer Natural Area.
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