04-20-04 - (Houston-AP) -- They're being called "brave hearts without
medals, humanitarians without parades and heroes without statues." Houston-based Halliburton today paid tribute to three workers confirmed dead after an April Ninth attack on a fuel convoy in
Iraq. Halliburton has identified three of four bodies found near the
attack scene. Military officials say one of the four bodies is a non-American. Further details weren't immeidately released. Halliburton identified three of the victims as: Steven Hulett of Manistee, Michigan; Jack Montague of Pittsburg, Illinois; and Jeffery Parker of Lake Charles, Louisiana. They were among seven employees of Halliburton subsidiary K-B-R missing since the attack west of Baghdad.
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