Most Fourth of July parades are glitzy affairs with sparklers, bright costumes and a celebrity grand marshal.
But in Lewisburg, Tenn., parade chairman Jamie Bone wanted his grand marshal to be someone different, "someone who has truly made a difference in the world."
So he called Crissie Carpenter.
The 22-year-old became a widow and a single mother in February when her husband, a Marine, was shot in Afghanistan.
"I don't think you can give enough thanks to the men and women who have given...Full Story