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On a day of remembrance, gravesite visitors talk with loved ones past

9:31 PM, May 27, 2013
Laura Menke, left, of Iowa places a flag on a headstone belonging to her great-grandfather while her grandmother, Faye Schwarm, looks on Monday in Restlawn Cemetery in Wausau.
Laura Menke, left, of Iowa places a flag on a headstone belonging to her great-grandfather while her grandmother, Faye Schwarm, looks on Monday in Restlawn Cemetery in Wausau.
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They came with family members or friends by their sides and flowers, shaded bright pink or lilac, in their hands.

Others held miniature, plastic American flags that whipped in Monday's chilled breeze.

Some came with nothing at all. ...

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