Ernie Bay, left, a trail activist from Puyallup, walks the Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail with Sen. Jim Kastama in 2005. The trail is named after the first U.S. casualty in Afghanistan, Nathan Chapman from South Hill. Bay, who dedicated years to South Sound trails, died March 18.
Ernie Bay, left, a trail activist from Puyallup, walks the Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail with Sen. Jim Kastama in 2005. The trail is named after the first U.S. casualty in Afghanistan, Nathan Chapman from South Hill. Bay, who dedicated years to South Sound trails, died March 18. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2005
Ernie Bay, left, a trail activist from Puyallup, walks the Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail with Sen. Jim Kastama in 2005. The trail is named after the first U.S. casualty in Afghanistan, Nathan Chapman from South Hill. Bay, who dedicated years to South Sound trails, died March 18. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2005

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