World War II soldier Lawrence S. Gordon was born in Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada; moved to Wyoming to work on a ranch; and then enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served in a reconnaissance company, but became the only soldier in the company who wasn't accounted for after the war. But thanks to some diligent work by the grandson of a sergeant who served with Lawrence, and some DNA testing, Lawrence's remains were located - in an above-ground crypt at a German cemetery. He will be returned to his birthplace and reburied there.
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