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Veterans provide funeral for Marine with no biological family


Let it never be said that a veteran has no family, even if no blood relatives remain.

Over one hundred people showed up to pay their respects to West Virginia Marine veteran Paul Jamison, with none of them having ever known the man.

According to KOLO, when Jamison died while in assisted living conditions in July of this year, an extensive search revealed that the man had no family members to speak of.

In response, dozens of people and groups that support military causes mustered in an effort to say goodbye to the deceased veteran, who joined the US Marines in 1971.

Those who organized the funeral suggest that anyone wishing to honor Jamison donate to organizations that help veterans and their families.

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