'Remembering the Fallen' at Fort Worth exhibit

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Posted on June 15, 2013 at 10:06 PM

Updated Saturday, Jun 15 at 11:12 PM

FORT WORTH — The names, faces, and personal stories of 583 fallen Texas service members are on display in Fort Worth.

A traveling photo exhibit called Remembering Our Fallen debuted for family members on Saturday. The display includes images of the fallen men and women and personal letters from loved ones.

Like the brother of William "Allen" Mosteiro in Fort Worth. "Our brother was killed on Valentines Day in '07," said the brother of William "Allen" Mosteiro. "You just kind of look at all the rest of the people and realize what they've done ... all these families, we share the same thing."

"You don't want your loved who gave their life to be forgotten," said Ernest Courcy, the grandfather of Peter Courcy. "And Certainly, our grandson who was killed four years ago, has not been forgotten, though many displays like this."

A street in Frisco was recently named in Peter Courcy's honor.

The Remembering Our Fallen exhibition will continue at the Fort Worth Convention Center through June 27.

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