Every name on 'Wall' a painful reminder of life, love lost
NEW YORK MILLS -- Vietnam was beginning to heat up in 1966.
When 18-year-old Dianne Altstadt came home to Perham, a solemn-faced priest, was waiting for her.
She knew her fiance was dead.
For nine months in 1966, Dianne was engaged to a soldier.
The young U.S. Marine from Richville popped the question before he departed for his second tour of duty.
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