With the arrival of Memorial Day 2011, some KCCK staffers' relatives, who are no longer with us, are being remembered for their service during war-time.
George Dorman's father, Jack Dorman, was in the U.S. Army for nearly four years during World War II. Most of that time was spent in northern Africa, where he was a crytopgrapher, encoding and decoding secret messages.
Bob Stewart's dad, Allan, served in the Army in Panama during WWII.
Craig Kessler's father, Donald F. Kessler, was a bombardier in the 15th Air Force in WWII (Italy, Germany).
And, student producer Tim Johnston's uncle, Lucien Levesque, was a paratrooper in the Korean conflict.