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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John Roberge
When 22-year-old Jonathan Roberge was killed by a suicide bomber while driving his M60-A3 tank in Iraq on Feb. 9, 2009, his parents honored his memory in a unique way. The Leominster, Mass., couple ultimately constructed a park — complete with an actual M60 tank and a bronze statue of Mr. Roberge.
"It's not going to be the kind of place you go for a picnic," said father John Roberge, to Boston.com. "I want people to feel what these men — what they had to go through. It shouldn't be a walk in the park. It should feel like war."