This is what I found on FOXNEWS.COM:

Hundreds of people refused to let a snowstorm keep them from laying to rest a Colorado veteran who would have had no mourners.

Clyde Baldwin served in the Air Force for 20 years from 1950 to 1970 — a period that included the Korean and Vietnam wars, according to reports. He was 91.

His funeral was Friday in Colorado Springs. The large crowd answered a call from a local VFW post requesting their attendance because Baldwin’s only relative — a sister in Oklahoma  — was unable to make it, Fox 21 Colorado Springs reported.

“Colo. Springs stepped up today! Staff Sgt. Clyde Baldwin was retired military, just passed way at 91. Never married. No family around. Funeral home was worried he would be put to rest alone. Not in our city! Pics of the great folks who braved the snow to pay their respects!” KRDO’s Josh Helmuth tweeted.

“More than 100 people showed up at Pikes Peak National Cemetery Friday morning to attend a funeral for Staff Sergeant Clyde Baldwin,” reported KOAA.

“Despite the snowy weather, icy roads and cold temperatures on Friday, hundreds of people from all over #Colorado, showed up at the Pikes Peak National Cemetery to honor retired #AirForce Veteran, Staff Sergeant Clyde Henry Baldwin,” @sgt_car_man wrote with a link to an article.

“Colorado Air Force veteran’s funeral draws hundreds of strangers in snowstorm https://t.co/FMjL9xcGRr #FoxNews May Clyde Baldwin Rest In Peace ~ Amen” @STAND_For_FLAG_ tweeted.

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