Sgt. Charlton’s sister Fairy Mae Papadopoulos, 81, will receive the folded American flag during the service.
“Things can change. This would not have happened without good, caring, charitable people - sisters and brothers, friends, the military, the American Legion, the vets, politicians,” Mr. Penn said.
“Nobody wants anything in return. We haven’t paid one penny, not for the reinterrment, or even the reception afterward. I think my uncle just moved people’s hearts,” he said. “People hear his story, and they know our family hero too.”
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