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Gallery: Paying respects

American Legion Post 684 representatives, from left, Don Sheen and his sons Andy and Lonnie executed the gun salute in Hanoverton. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
The communities of Hanoverton and Winona held Memorial Day celebrations Sunday. Performing at both locales was the United Local Marching Band. (Salem News photos by J.D. Creer)
Guest speaker at the Winona Memorial Day service was highly-honored former USAF Captain David Gilliss. He completed 205 combat missions while logging nearly 500 hours of actual combat time in the air. He earned 14 Air Medals and the Distinguished Flying Cross. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
United Local choir members perform at the Winona United Methodist Church. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
At the Winona Service, from left, bagpiper Glen Duncan, guest speaker Capt. David Gilliss and Winona Area Historical Society president Derek Coffee. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
Boy Scouts march in the Winona Parade. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
There wouldn't be a parade without fire truck— in this instance the Winona Volunteer Fire Dept. truck. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer)
A military truck was part of the Hanoverton Parade. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer).

Bagpiper Glen Duncan from Leetonia performs “Amazing Grace” Sunday at the Winona United Methodist Church during a Memorial Day observance. Another ceremony was held nearby in Hanoverton. (Salem News photo by J.D. Creer) 

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