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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News Services

Cadet John Kistler rings the bell at the ECU Veterans Day annual paver dedication event. This year's ceremony honored the service of 40 men and women.
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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News Services Cadet John Kistler rings the bell at the ECU Veterans Day annual paver dedication event. This year's ceremony honored the service of 40 men and women.

ECU notes: Veterans Day honors

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East Carolina University recognized 40 veterans and military supporters on Nov. 11 during its annual Veterans Day paver dedication.

The most recent event brings the number of pavers to almost 200. The 6-by-9-inch bricks honor men and women who have served in the armed forces or who have supported the military in various ways.


“There are stories behind these bricks,” Dr. Jim Bearden, director of the BB&T Center for Leadership Development at ECU and an Army veteran, said. “There are many stories, and there are varied stories.”

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