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For those of you in Georgia especially the Peachtree area at 1300 hrs SSG Proviliatis of Dawsonville, Ga is coming home for the last time today a member of the 570 Sapper CO 14th Engineer Bn he was KIA'd by and while trying to clear an IED on June 2, 2012 he is escorted by SSG Powers and will be laid to rest in Peachtree Sat at 1300hrs local. God Speed and RUGGED!! From GHOST Rear Detachment

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The Family will be here at Joint Base Lewis McCord as the honored guest of the 555 Engineer Brigade 14th Engineer Battalion while we hold a memorial service here for him so those of us who served with him can pay our respects to the family, honor him and say goodbye. That ceremony will be held at the North Fort Chapel at 1500hrs Pacific 27 June 2012

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