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Memorial moves

Mayor Tom Henry and Mitch Sheppard, manger of the Botanical Conservatory, take a closer at the WWI memorial, that is dedicated to workers at GE. It was moved to a more viewer friendly location and rededicated Friday morning at McCulloch Park.(Photo by Ellie BOgue of The News-Sentinel).
Mayor Tom Henry and Mitch Sheppard, manger of the Botanical Conservatory, take a closer at the WWI memorial, that is dedicated to workers at GE. It was moved to a more viewer friendly location and rededicated Friday morning at McCulloch Park.(Photo by Ellie BOgue of The News-Sentinel).
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Saturday, May 25, 2013 12:01 am
The city on Friday morning rededicated a World War I memorial it had moved to McCulloch Park.

The memorial had been located behind a fence on the grounds of General Electric for the last 89 years. The memorial was erected on Nov 11, 1924 in honor of the 748 Fort Wayne Works General Electric Company employees who served in World War I. Six employees who died in the war are named at the top of the memorial.

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