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See larger Keith Dameron of Iberia does not normally brandish firearms inside the bank. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

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Keith Dameron of Iberia does not normally brandish firearms inside the bank. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday. Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

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  • Keith Dameron of Iberia does not normally brandish firearms inside the bank. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Bill McMullen contributed a Japanese battle sword to the exhibit. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Owen Carr was not quite 19 when a shell from a Japanese Zero took off his leg. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Dave Gardner did not attribute his neck injury to enemy action. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Kevin Nash, with wife Tina, Katie and Nurys, was part of the Marine force that initially invaded Iraq in 2003. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Nancy Stolliker views the exhibits. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • Flags for the event were on loan from Naples Town Hall speakers series. Iberia Bank hosted a display of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle
  • The Revolutionary War soldier at center is Phil Ballou, not technically part of the display. Iberia Bank hosted a showing of war memorabilia from the island's veterans, with items from a samurai sword to the swastika from a Nazi bordello, and offered refreshments after Marco's Memorial Day celebration on Monday.  Lance Shearer/Special to the Eagle

Generally, brandishing a pistol in a bank lobby is not a good idea. But Monday, Keith Dameron got away with it. Dameron and his Iberia Bank staff welcomed the participants in Marco Island’s Memorial Day celebration, held at the Marco Cemetery on the opposite corner of Elkcam Circle and Bald Eagle Drive, to view a display of war memorabilia from the island’s veterans, and enjoy refreshments and cold drinks.

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