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The article you just read is just a VERY small glimpse of my nephew's life that was filled with many awesome qualities.
He serves his family, country and friends way beyond measure.
It is honor to be his Aunt and I have never seen courage and humility like he has.
Too bad so many of you readers NEVER got to know him.
He is truly the BEST!!!!
LOVE you Always and Forever Mark....
Thank you to this reporter for putting this story out there for others to hear.
Again Jon, a great piece of reporting. I hope the best for Lt. Col. Mark Weber. He is a hero in my book and I wish him and his family well. Why are good people like him being taken away so early with such a terrible disease? We'll all be pulling and praying for him!
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