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June 8, 2004

Sylvester- A young Georgia serviceman will be part of Wednesday's funeral services for President Ronald Reagan.

Trey Williams is a cadet at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Growing up, he spent a lot of time in South Georgia with his grandfather, Frank Paulk.

Williams will be part of the honor guard in Reagan's funeral service.

"He's a member of the Wings of Blue, which is a jump team. And they chose this jump team, the Wings of Blue to be the jump team for Ronald Reagan," Paulk said.

Williams just finished his second year at the Academy.

posted at 10:34 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com

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