Omaha, Nebraska 2021-09-16 11:13:55 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) —Family, friends, and community meet Thursday night to pay tribute to Corporal Deganpage, a young marine who was killed in an attack on Kabul Airport last month.
Thousands were identified last Friday as the remains of a 23-year-old Millard South graduate were returned to Omaha.
The family is constantly grateful to the community for their support since the Marines were killed in the attack in Afghanistan in late August.
A public visit on Thursday is scheduled from 5 pm to 8 pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church at 133 and Mirror Door Avenue.
The community is encouraged to attend the visit on Thursday.
On Friday, his funeral will take place at 10 am in the church.
Seats are limited and the sanctuary is reserved for family and friends on the Corporal page.
Following the funeral, the Corporal Page is set to rest at the Omaha National Cemetery to include full military honor.
Omaha police will close queue routes as traffic is rerouted or delayed from 10 am to 2 pm
Due to the expected crowd, VA officials are asking people to pay homage to him along the procession route.
All funerals on Friday morning will be streamed online.
Families have asked the media to support this effort, giving people the opportunity to see services from home or at work.
We run the entire service on our website and all streaming platforms.
The family said they had heard of various groups planning to gather at local restaurants and elsewhere to see the service together.
They encourage people to do this and share photos of their gatherings at Corporal Eye Page-Never Forget Facebook page.
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