Corporal Bernard L. Ceo

"A hero is someone who has given his life to something bigger than oneself."
August 1, 1982 - October 14, 2005

Cpl. Bernard L. Ceo of Baltimore was assigned to the 243rd Engineer Company, Maryland Army National Guard, Baltimore.

"He was kind of a thoughtful, introspective young guy," said Aaron Parsons, a school administrator. "Bernard was an excellent employee, and he would have been an excellent teacher."

Ceo’s grandmother, described him as "just a regular fellow," who loved to help people. Ceo was a full-time technician with the Guard and a member of the Honor Guard, which represents the Guard at official ceremonies.

He is survived by his mother, father and two brothers.

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