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The Titcomb family filled up a pew at Sacred Hearts Church in Waianae yesterday as they paid tribute to their eldest son, Pfc. Joshua Titcomb. Joshua, a member of the 2nd Infantry Division, died of injuries suffered while in Iraq. Seated at far right are Joshua's parents, Elizabeth and Tennison Titcomb.
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