In Manteca, a local serviceman’s visage debuts on mobile memorial
MANTECA – Nikki Freitas has spent the past three Memorial Day weekends visiting the gravesite of her son, James Layton, a 22-year-old Navy corpsman who died in Afghanistan on Sept. 8, 2009, with three Marines.
On Sunday, though, instead of being surrounded by family and close friends, Freitas felt the support of a community as her son’s image was debuted in the 12th and latest panel of the “Welcome Home Heroes Tribute,” a 16,000 square-foot moveable structure that honors the soldiers who’ve died in the war on terror. James Layton’s is one of 6,665 names on the panels, including more than 60 from within 50 miles of Woodward Park, where thousands gathered Sunday to pay their respect.
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