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North Bryan man recognized for service
Jesse Newman accepts a Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Army and Hospice of Savannah. - photo by Photo provided.
On Aug. 10, Jesse Newman, a life-long resident of Bryan County, was given by Hospice of Savannah and the U.S. Army a certificate of appreciation that recognized and honored him for his service to his county and upholding liberty and freedom for all.  
He was presented the award by Fort Stewart Chap. John Tillman, Edward J Fahey, Hospice Support Services provider, Archie J. Seabrooks, chaplain, Colleen McCormick, registered nurse, and Debra Larson, Hospice CEO.  
Also in attendance were his wife of 68 years, Mittie Newman, and other family members.
Newman served in World War II as an anti-aircraft gunner. He left Bryan County for service in Europe shortly after the birth of his first daughter and did not return home for four years.
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