He’s been called “Stanwood’s Symbolic Soldier.” American Legion Post 92 in Stanwood was named after World War I Pvt. Frank Hancock who was killed in action Sept. 26, 1918.

He’s been called “Stanwood’s Symbolic Soldier.” American Legion Post 92 in Stanwood was named after World War I Pvt. Frank Hancock who was killed in action Sept. 26, 1918.

For Memorial Day, remembering those we lost in World War I

Meet some of the nearly 125 Snohomish County soldiers and two nurses who died in the Great War.

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