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Malvern grad serving with U.S. Navy to attend Naval Academy

FPS staff report

Christina R. RineA 2009 graduate of Malvern High School is among 60 Ohioans from 36 counties nominated by U. S. Senator Sherrod Brown to attend U. S. Military Service Academies.

Electronics Technical 3rd Class Christina R. Rine, daughter of Pat Rine of 7063 Hill Dr., Malvern, and Duane Rine of Louisville, is shown in the above photo receiving her Presentation of Letter of Assurance to attend the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD., from Captain Craig A. Clapperton (left) and Command Master Chief Jonathon M. Carter.

Cadet Rine, who was the valedictorian of the 2009 graduating class at Malvern High School, is currently serving with the United States Navy.


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