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  • REMEMBERING: Angela Turner Everett and Sophonda Turner of Monticello read the name of their brother, Larry L. Turner, at a memorial Monday for the victims of the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City. Larry Turner worked on the third floor of the Alfred P. Murrah Building, destroyed April 19, 1995, by a bomb detonated by Timothy McVeigh. The memorial was at the Clinton Library.

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