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Community Mourns Deceased Idaho Marine

A community gathered Sunday to mourn but also remember a hero. Marine Lance Corporal Kenneth Cochran was laid to rest at just 20 years of age. He died while serving overseas in Afghanistan. ┬áCommunity members, some who knew him and some who didn’t, packed into the Parma High school gymnasium for his funeral. Those close to him said Cochran was a religious and deeply passionate person. He loved to write poems, short stories and letters.┬áThe Department of Defense has not released the specific details of what happened to Cochran. Officials said he was involved in combat and that the incident is under investigation.

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