U.S. Army Sergeant Anthony Steinman surprised his two stepsons and daughter during a Fayette County Board of Education meeting in Kentucky. The board was recognizing the Lafayette High School football team for making second in the state championships, for which both his stepsons, Conner and Branden Layne, play. After serving in Iraq for nine months, this family can rest easy knowing that their Soldier will be sleeping safely under the same roof.
Soldier surprises sons while receiving award at county school board meeting
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