He knows the Memorial Wall, name by name
White intends to add names to the wall from 8 to 10 a.m. this morning and Garabrant's will be the final name on the final panel.
He sells T-shirts to defray costs of the Wall and transporting it to displays around the country. He has set it up more than a dozen times, including last weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
At Loudon, it's set up in the S2 Display Lot, outside the tunnel that leads into the infield.
As White talked about the Memory Wall on Saturday morning, John Thomas of Belmont, a former state representative and now a member of the Victory Lane group of volunteer ambassadors at the track, approached and asked him if the names were listed alphabetically.
Nick went to Dennis-Yarmouth High School and played football and joined the Marines, all things Thomas had done exactly 50 years before him.
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