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ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA (August 19,2019)—Army Lt. Col. James D.Nicholson of Gloucester City, New Jersey was laid to rest on Monday, August 19, 2019 at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. Approximately 80 people (family and friends) attended the service. The friends included retired military, former intelligence officers, military contractors, fellow journalists, along with Gloucester High School alumnus from the Class of 1960. Over his lifetime Mr. Nicholson worked for the Philadelphia Magazine, Philadelphia Daily News, as well as serving in the U.S. Army and Marines. At age 69 Col. Nicholson was activated and served a year in the Iraq. Nicholson was named a GHS Distinguished Alumni in May. 

Colonel Nicholson  died from heart failure on Friday, February 22, 2019, in Cooper Hospital, Camden City. Born in Philadelphia, he previously lived in Cherry Hill, NJ. He was 76. 

Below are three videos of the service. There are also links to articles about Nicholson

 

PART ONE 

PART TWO

PART THREE    (Gloucestercitynews.net videos)

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See also:

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Gloucester City Resident Jim Nicholson wins Life Honor

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WILLIAM J. NICHOLSON, 69, DECORATED VIETNAM VETERAN HELICOPTER PILOT

CWO James W. "Nick" Nicholson, USMC, (Ret.), 80, Gloucester City

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