American Legion Post 111 in Turner was renamed the Philip S. Bryant Memorial Post 111 on Thursday night. Bryant, a Turner native, was killed in Vietnam on May 29, 1968, at age 21. Attending the ceremony were, from left, Pete Johnson, state American Legion commander; Kenneth Finley, post commander; Dale Bryant, Post financial officer and Philip’s brother; and Paul L’Heureux, state American Legion adjutant general.

American Legion Post 111 in Turner was renamed the Philip S. Bryant Memorial Post 111 Thursday night. During the ceremony a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol was presented to post officials. Tim Gallant, staff member for U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin, R-Maine, left, Post Commander Kenneth Finley, center, and Philip’s brother Dale Bryant attended the ceremony.

American Legion Post 111 in Turner was renamed the Philip S. Bryant Memorial Post 111 on Thursday night. Bryant, a Turner native, was killed May 29, 1968, in Vietnam at age 21. Maine State Police Trooper Michael Chavez, right, presented two Wreaths Across America license plates used by Chavez and Trooper Eric Paquette to Philip’s brothers, Dale Bryant, left, and Marshall Bryant, center.


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