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The last of the 'Greatest Generation' pass into memory with the 59th observance of Veterans Day

They're going fast, soon they will live on only in the realm of history. When Bill Field was a young Army infantryman in the summer of 1944, he spent a night on the beach in Saipan shooting one after another Japanese...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-11-09/into-history
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Locals honor and remember at Memorial Day events

...traditions of the Posting and Retiring of the Colors, the rifle salute, taps and the reading of the "Flander's Field."Bill Fields, Kenai resident for 50 years, walked with the color guard during the Avenue of Flags. "I wouldn't miss it...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-05-27/locals-honor-and-remember-at-memoria
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Grannie Annie: Sleepers Trailer Court and cross-country skiing

...husband, Claude's "CAT" - bulldozer - that cleared the Sleeper Trailer Court property. The "CAT" later was sold to Bill Fields, who owns Kenai Neon Signs. That same CAT was instrumental in keeping the Swanson River fire of 1969 from spreading...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2013-02-26/grannie-annie-sle
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Nikiski homesteader turns 90

...Soldotna's streets, the only grocery store in Kenai was Archer's and neighbors were separated by quarter and half miles. Bill Field was in the middle of it all.He homesteaded on the Kenai Peninsula in 1952, and he has lived in Nikiski full-time...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-08-09/nikiski-homesteader-turns-90
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