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John McGrath, center, takes a smoke break with two Army buddies during their service in World War II. John McGrath grew up in in a house on East Liberty Avenue in north Spokane. Courtesy of Tony McGrath
June 10, 2009 in City on Page A1
John McGrath came home to Spokane at the end of World War II after nearly five years in the Army. One of his dog tags didn’t. It was left on …
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