Memorial Held for Missouri Airman Found in Alaska
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska (AP) - A memorial has been held for a Missouri airman, whose body was found in a ravine in suburban Anchorage last week.
KTUU reports (http://bit.ly/JCVL54) that family, friends and Air Force members attended a memorial service for Clinton Reeves Monday at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
During the ceremony, his parents, Judy Davis and Terry Reeves, were presented with their son's dog tags.
Davis says she plans another memorial Sunday in Sacramento, Calif., and Reeves is arranging a service in Kansas City, Mo.
Reeves failed to report for work at the base April 23. His rental car was found later, with uniforms and groceries inside.
A second airman has been named a "person of interest" in the case. James Devinn Thomas was arrested May 8 on six felony charges of evidence tampering.
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