Richard Boone Jr. didn’t have a lot of family or friends, but when he joined the U.S. Navy in 1973, he joined a fraternity that would always have his back.

That was clear Wednesday morning as Boone’s cremains were buried in his family plot at Grand Haven’s Lake Forest Cemetery.

Veteran Burial 3

A display marks the burial spot of Richard Boone Jr.

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Melissjane

Good Job, Ron Streng!

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