The Honor Guard from the American Legion Charles A. Conklin Post 28 in Grand Haven honored its namesake of the post at Grand Haven’s Lake Forest Cemetery on Thursday.

Charles A. Conklin was Grand Haven’s first resident killed during World War I. While serving with the 160th U.S. Infantry, he died from wounds received in action on May 7, 1918.

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