Granite Bay Post Office Dedicated in Memory of Fallen Marine

Lance Corporal Victor Dew killed in action in Afghanistan

April 01, 2013 @USPS

GRANITE BAY, CA - The House of Representatives, unanimously approved HR 3892 to dedicate the Granite Bay Post Office in the memory of Marine Corps Lance Corporal Victor Dew.

Family members, Congressman Tom McClintock, Sacramento postal district manager Al Santos, and Roseville Postmaster John Tong will participate in the dedication.

The ceremony will take place on April 4, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. in front of the Granite Bay Post Office located at 8771 Auburn-Folsom Road, Roseville, CA 95746 in the Granite Bay Village Shopping Center.

On October 13, 2010, Lance Corporal Dew, age 20, died from his wounds after his column was ambushed and an explosive device destroyed his vehicle in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan.  He was a 2008 graduate of Granite Bay High School.


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