Last updated 9:56PM ET
October 17, 2017
Nebraska News
Nebraska News
McSween, killed in Iraq, laid to rest
(NET Radio) - Flags waved from the lightpoles between the Interstate and downtown York, where services for Adam McSween were held in the city auditorium. More than 300 people came to hear speakers including Randy Lepell, leader of McSween's explosive ordnance disposal unit. Lepell recalled McSween as an unflappable, patient and thorough team member. He also said that the reaction of people in York "recharged" him at a time when some reports in the media about the war were discouraging. © Copyright 2017, NET Radio
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