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    Posted October 17, 2012 by
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    Memorial for Chris Stevens in San Francisco's City Hall

     
    On Tuesday October 16, 2012 San Francisco’s City Hall hosted a memorial service for John Christopher Stevens. He was the US Ambassador to Libya and was killed during an attack on the US Consulate in Libya on September 11, 2012. It was believed that Chris Stevens died of smoke inhalation.
    Chris Stevens was born in Grass Valley California and attended many local colleges in the San Francisco Bay area including the University of Berkeley and the Hastings College of the Law, so having the memorial in San Francisco’s City Hall was the appropriate venue.
    The event was attended by many family members, politicians and friends. The U.S Marine Corps Honor Guard held the “posting colors” ceremony and The Star Spangled Banner was sung by the University of California Men's Glee Club Alumni.
    The flag in front of San Francisco City Hall was not flown at half staff because the Giants flag was raised.

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