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Delozier to Hold Bridge Dedication in Honor of Fallen Cumberland County Marine
10/27/2016
UPPER ALLEN TWP. – Rep. Sheryl Delozier (R-Cumberland) will hold a dedication ceremony on Friday, Nov. 4, at 9:30 a.m. at the Upper Allen Township Building in Mechanicsburg to unveil signs designating a bridge on a portion of State Route 15, over Route 114, in honor of a local Marine who lost his life while serving our country. The general public and media are invited to attend.

The “Corporal Jonathan Dean Faircloth Memorial Bridge” was named in remembrance of the Mechanicsburg native who was killed in a Sea Stallion helicopter crash during a training exercise off the coast of Hawaii in March 2011. Faircloth graduated from Mechanicsburg Area High School in 2006, joined the U.S. Marine Corps after high school, and served tours of duty in both Iraq and Afghanistan during his five-year military career.

“Cpl. Faircloth was a very special young man who served his country and his community with honor and distinction. It is only fitting a portion of Route 15 bear his name, so that people in the community are reminded of his service and sacrifice each time they pass through this area,” Delozier said.

The ceremony will include remarks from Delozier; Faircloth’s father, Dean S. Faircloth; and a local Marine. In addition, Faircloth’s family, members of the Cedar Cliff High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and the Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg will participate.

The bridge was officially named in Faircloth’s honor under legislation Delozier authored, which became part of Senate Bill 1153. The legislation was signed into law earlier this year as Act 46.
 
 

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