A Texas Family Mourns Son Lost in Iraq Before he was a Marine, his family in Texas called him "Little Georgie." George Ulloa Jr. worked in a local pizza place, learned how to box, got married, had three children, and looked forward to a career in law enforcement. Then the 23-year-old sergeant was fatally injured while serving in Iraq.
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A Texas Family Mourns Son Lost in Iraq

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A Texas Family Mourns Son Lost in Iraq

A Texas Family Mourns Son Lost in Iraq

A Texas Family Mourns Son Lost in Iraq

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Before he was a Marine, his family in Texas called him "Little Georgie." George Ulloa Jr. worked in a local pizza place, learned how to box, got married, had three children, and looked forward to a career in law enforcement. Then the 23-year-old sergeant was fatally injured while serving in Iraq. From member station KUT, Ben Philpott reports.