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Holiday greetings from local soldiers stationed overseas

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Some soldiers from our area who are stationed overseas sent holiday greetings home. We're running them on all our Channel 3 News broadcasts. You can click on the text of any greeting to watch the soldier deliver it.

New Hampshire:

Maj. Linda Currier: I'm Maj. Linda Currier from Yokota Air Base and I want to wish a happy holidays back home to my family and friends in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. 

Spc. Joshua Aldrich: Hi, I'm Spc. Joshua Aldrich stationed at Zangabad, Afghanistan. I want to say happy holidays to my family and friends in New Hampshire. Merry Christmas and I love you.

Vermont:

Pfc. Renate Wicks: Hi, I'm Renate Wicks, stationed in Youngtown, Korea. I want to say hi to everyone in Bennington, Vermont, including my grandfather and all my family. Happy Holidays! I love and miss you guys.

Staff Sgt. Chana Lawlor: Hi, my name is Staff Sgt. Chana Lawlor stationed at Kunsan Air Base in Korea for the second time. I just want to give a holiday shoutout to my friends and family back home in Brattleboro, Vermont. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and go Red Sox!

Staff Sgt. Steven Ryder: This is Sgt. Steven Ryder from RAF Lakenheath. Just like to wish my family and friends back home in Vermont a happy holidays. We love you. Love you!

Staff Sgt. Cathryn Feickert: Greetings from beautiful Misawa Air Base in Japan. I'm Staff Sgt. Cathryn Feickert and I, my husband Doug, my son, Wesley, and my daughter, Victoria, would like to wish our family and friends stateside, overseas and deployed, a very safe, Merry Christmas and a happy, prosperous New Year!

Col. Richard Roessler: Hi, this is Col. Rick Roessler stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan. I want to wish my mom and dad and sister-in-law, Ruth, and Tom and everyone in Vermont a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thanks.

Lt.j.g. Lilly Bean: Hi, I'm Lt. Lilly Bean. I'm deployed out of USS Harry Truman in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.  I'd like to wish my brother, Harrison, and sister, Stephanie, and nieces Ava and Elsa a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Maj. Tonya Moser: Hi, I'm Major Tonya Moser, stationed in southwest Asia. I'd like to send a shoutout to my family and friends in the NEK. Love you guys!

New York:

Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Dwyer: Hi, this is Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Dwyer from Massena, New York. I want to send a very special Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Thanksgiving! A special one goes to my nieces and nephews in that area. Your Uncle Jeff loves you, misses you and I can't wait to see you next year!

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