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Published November 11, 2012, 12:00 AM

GALLERY: Photos from the life of Lloyd Domier


Henrik and Kari Domier, Lloyd Domier's great-grandparents, came to America from Norway in 1867.

  • Henrik and Kari Domier, Lloyd Domier's great-grandparents, came to America from Norway in 1867.
  • August Domier, Lloyd Domier's grandfather.
  • Charles and Amanda Sandgren, Lloyd Domier?s grandparents on his mother?s side.
  • Dewey Domier, Lloyd Domier's father
  • Baby Lillian. We believe this is Lloyd Domier's mother, but it could be his maternal grandmother. Both were named Lillian.
  • Lloyd Domier with a boy on a car, late 1940s or early 1950s.
  • August and Dewey Domier, Lloyd's grandfather and father, on an early tractor. The family farmed for generations near Buxton.
  • Lloyd Domier with a girl named Michelle, probably a niece
  • Three of the Domier brothers: Lyle, Lloyd and Wallace.
  • Lloyd Domier in uniform. He served in the Army in the early 1950s, during the Korean War, but was stationed in Germany.
  • Lloyd Domier at a campsite, possibly during his military duty. ?Cleaning up a little,? he wrote on the back.
  • ?This is my room,? Lloyd Domier wrote on this photo, likely from a military barracks.
  • Lloyd Domier outside a cafe in Frankfurt, Germany, during his posting near there in the early 1950s.
  • A postcard Lloyd Domier sent to his mother from Fort Sheridan in Illinois on May 13, 1951. ?I will leave here party soon,? he wrote.