Hamp Hager, left, with the Garinger Education Foundation prepares to place a paver for Glenn Cook as Cook's sister Jan Bradley, right, watches on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at Garinger High School in Charlotte, NC. Cook grew up on Arnold Drive in Charlotte, NC graduated from Garinger High and the Citadel before joining the Air Force. In 1969 his plane was shot down over South Vietnam. Cook's remains have never been returned and his parents died believing he'd one day come home. He never had a memorial service.
Hamp Hager, left, with the Garinger Education Foundation prepares to place a paver for Glenn Cook as Cook's sister Jan Bradley, right, watches on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at Garinger High School in Charlotte, NC. Cook grew up on Arnold Drive in Charlotte, NC graduated from Garinger High and the Citadel before joining the Air Force. In 1969 his plane was shot down over South Vietnam. Cook's remains have never been returned and his parents died believing he'd one day come home. He never had a memorial service. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Hamp Hager, left, with the Garinger Education Foundation prepares to place a paver for Glenn Cook as Cook's sister Jan Bradley, right, watches on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at Garinger High School in Charlotte, NC. Cook grew up on Arnold Drive in Charlotte, NC graduated from Garinger High and the Citadel before joining the Air Force. In 1969 his plane was shot down over South Vietnam. Cook's remains have never been returned and his parents died believing he'd one day come home. He never had a memorial service. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

After 45 years missing in Vietnam, a Garinger grad gets a final service

May 30, 2015 04:03 PM