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By Beth N. Gray

Times Correspondent

SPRING HILL - Ray White considered as junk the military memorabilia his father-in-law dribbled out over the years to White's wife, Mary Anne. White dismissed the lot, didn't want to hear about any of it.

So, Mary Anne White quietly collected Army Capt. John J. Vasilke's service medals and records; newspaper clippings about World War II's European Theater, where the infantryman served; and other bits and pieces of the era. The items ultimately

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