Mass. Marine killed in training exercise returns home Saturday

Mass. Marine killed in training exercise returns home Saturday



lot of emotions florist, Ernie McGee knows the gravity of the job he has to do. I have been honored to be able to help them with their floral needs for this tragic event and their family. Two weeks ago, US Marine Captain Ross Reynolds and three other marines died in a helicopter crash while training in Norway. Last week. Their caskets arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware and tomorrow Captain Reynolds will return home when you send a child off to serve their country. This is the worst nightmare for them, you know, to have him not coming home. McGee met with Reynolds family hoping to bring peace through flowers. One arrangement holds special meaning to Reynolds newlywed bride Lanta a replica of a red, white and blue heart given to her by the military her husband served. She insisted on having something replicated, representing her at the services. So this is what it looks like as the community prepares to enter the life and sacrifice of a fallen marine. Red roses and ribbons. Loving husbands! My Ross! You are a hero who gave all for his country. I think the heart of the community is with them. Tomorrow’s procession is expected to stretch nearly seven miles through Leominster to the funeral home in Fitchburg. Captain Reynolds family is expected to accompany the casket will be laid to rest on Tuesday

Mass. Marine killed in training exercise returns home Saturday

U.S. Marine Capt. Ross Reynolds, a Leominster native, was one of four Marines who died in a helicopter crash while training in Norway.

U.S. Marine Capt. Ross Reynolds, a Leominster native, was one of four Marines who died in a helicopter crash while training in Norway.

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