Ray Tolomeo Special Gallery - MajGen Thomas Norville Wilson's Internment Updated 26 Aug 07

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I can think of no greater honor than to be asked by someone I have never met to photograph the internment of their loved one.  Such was the case when I received an email from Major General Thomas Norville Wilson, USAF (Retired)'s daughter asking if I was available to photograph the service.  Having never been the photographer for an event that there would be no "do over" for, I was a little apprehensive, to say the least.

I must have looked as if I was choking myself at times, with two film cameras and one digital strapped around my neck, but....  It was a beautiful day.  The General's family are wonderful people.  And hopefully I have gained some long-term friends.  I hope you enjoy the photographs of this very special event.

With the new headstone in place, I photographed his place of honor this past Memorial Day weekend 2007.

Read more about General Wilson's dedicated service to our country here.


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