FEATURE PHOTO: Remembering loved ones

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FEATURE PHOTO: Remembering loved ones

Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard.

Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard.

Raine Zhu

Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard.

Raine Zhu

Raine Zhu

Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard.

Raine Zhu, Photographer

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Larry Ankenbrand, a retired KSS professor, strokes the name slate belonging to his wife, Maureen, Sunday afternoon at the Commemorative Courtyard.

Ankenbrand said his wife died several months ago, so he likes to come the courtyard to visit and remember her.

He said he has been living in Charleston for 40 years. Ankenbrand, his wife and their four children all graduated from Eastern, he said.