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Widow of Medal of Honor recipient can't afford to attend Arlington burial

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http://www.ktvb.com/news/Widow-of-M...ord-to-attend-Arlington-burial-100447779.html

ST. MARIES, Idaho -- Strangers are stepping up to help the widow of a north Idaho veteran who received the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Vernon Baker died at his St. Maries home in July and will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1941, served and was wounded in World War II. Vernon was 90 years old.

But Baker's wife of the last 17 years, Heidy Baker, can't afford to attend the burial of her own husband's ashes.
 

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