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Oakhaven Memorial Gardens Cemetery,
Rogers County, Oklahoma

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Oakhaven Memorial Gardens Cemetery
Chapel-Mausoleum-Veterans Field of Honor

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Veterans Field of Honor

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A nation that honors its veterans, is a nation dedicated to the preservation of a freedom won by the sacrifice of life itself. This Court of Freedom within the Veterans Field of Honor is appropriately dedicated to all veterans of all branches of the Arms forces who wore their uniform with pride and dignity, some ventured far, fought bravely and some gave their lives to preserve freedom and liberty in our land. They gave mute testimony to the manner they lived, worked and fought to achieve victories in order that America might live free.

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Veterans Field of Honor Benight Kenneth R.
July 31, 1939 May 24, 2008 SP4 US Army
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